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In Every Issue Where to Retire tells its readers who’s moving where and why.
Some are well-known, popular Sunbelt spots, but many are smaller
towns and undiscovered havens with lower costs of living.
City & Town Profiles
City and Town Profiles
In each issue, Where to Retire spotlights four
destinations that are attracting retirees,
including cities with a low cost of living.
Every profile is chock-full of candid resident
interviews and information on state and local
taxes, cost of living, housing costs and health
care. Readers across the country examine our
profiles to find viable relocation options.

Each issue of Where to Retire includes a
roundup of eight cities that are great for
retirement relocation. Each story has a theme,
such as “8 Small Towns Near Large Cities,”
8 Veteran-Friendly Cities” and “8 Cities
on (or Near) the Beach
.” Every year, two
features are dedicated to low-cost cities and tax-
friendly cities.
Every issue has a feature story highlighting topics
important to today’s retirees, including trends in
modern manufactured-home communities, the
search for a family-friendly neighborhood your
grandchildren would love and hurricane and
storm preparedness and how it affects your
relocation planning.
Roads to Retirement
Roads To Retirement
This one-page feature spotlights three cities and
towns highlighting an attractive region for
relocating retirees. We provide a short description
of each locale and give websites for area chambers
of commerce and convention and visitors bureaus
to assist readers as they plan and explore.
Best Neighborhoods
Where to Retire's department, Best Neighborhoods,
profiles an established master-planned community
that suits active retiree lifestyles with a variety of
home styles and amenities.
Retirement Adviser
Where to Retire staffers answer reader questions
dealing with a wide range of retirement relocation
Our popular Discoveries department features
newly developed master-planned communities
and timely topics of interest to relocating retirees.
Financial Consultant
Economic aspects are a big part of relocation
decisions. In this department, we explore
financial issues that impact retirement relocation,
such as flood insurance, a home sale or purchase,
reverse mortgages and supplemental income
through part-time work.
Special Biennial Feature
50 Best Master-Planned Communities in the U.S.
Every other year in the July-August issue, we publish our choices for the 50 best master-planned communities in the United States. These developments have retiree-pleasing amenities, such as a dog park, golf course, shared garden, fitness facility, pools, sports courts and educational classes.
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I have to tell you how much I enjoy the magazine. It truly helped us identify what kind of lifestyle we were looking for and gave us insight into so many communities that we would never have the opportunity to visit prior to making our decision.
Rosemary Micuch
Gainesville, GA
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