Ready to leave snowy winters behind for good? There are plenty of states that offer sunny cities for retirees, along with a low cost of living and excellent health care facilities. There’s still time to buy so why not plan a Fall trip to one of these gems to scope out and purchase a retirement retreat?
These are a few of the top places to move to for a walkable climate during most of the year:
- San Antonio, TX: This warm city has a low cost of living, plenty of cultural attractions to see and an impressive selection of restaurants. It also features several parks to stroll through, as well as 65 courses to perfect your golfing technique. With great weather throughout most of the year, you’ll have a lot of time to spend out in the sunshine. Contact ERA Troy Realtors.
- Tampa, FL: This southern city doesn’t stray far from its 73-degree average during the year. It has a relatively low cost of living, compared to other Florida cities, such as Miami. It’s also just 90 minutes away from Orlando, making it easy to bring the grandkids to Walt Disney World for a few days. To find available homes in Tampa, contact ERA Goff & Associates Realtors. they work within a few regions of the city.
- Memphis, TN: Memphis has a very low cost of living, lots of restaurants and attractions nearby and a pleasant average temperature of 62 degrees. You’ll still get to enjoy all four seasons here, but you won’t have to deal with brutally cold, snowy winters. For more information, contact ERA Legacy Realty.
Do you have other retirement cities in mind? Let us know below and we might just feature your suggestion in an upcoming blog post.