39 Great Florida Retirement Towns: From the Very Affordable to the Upscale (The Best Places to Retire)

39 Great Florida Retirement Towns: From the Very Affordable to the Upscale (The Best Places to Retire)
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39 Great Florida Retirement Towns: From the Very Affordable to the Upscale (The Best Places to Retire)

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Thinking of places to retire in Florida? The state continues to be popular with retirees, thanks to its favorable tax structure, warm weather and beautiful beaches. Not all Florida towns, however, are created equal. Many of the beach towns are very expensive, and many of the affordable towns have a high crime rate.

Here we look at 39 Florida towns that are worth considering for retirement. Some are well known. Many are lesser known. Eighteen of them have a cost of living that meets the national average or is below the national average. They are not fancy places, but they are comfortable, and they have a crime rate that is below or equal to the national average. Twenty one of these towns have a cost of living that is above the national average. They also have amenities and a quality of life that are worth the cost.

In each town, we look at population, median home price, percentage of people age 45 or better, medical facilities, transportation, climate, political leanings and more. And because no place is perfect, we also note each town’s drawbacks. Reviews are short and to the point for quick reading. Updated May, 2016!.