Florida Dominates List of Affordable Retirement Cities – Reverse Mortgage Daily

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Florida Dominates List of Affordable Retirement Cities – Reverse Mortgage Daily

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According to a new report, South Dakota featured the top spot for the most affordable city to retire in, however, it does not stop Florida from dominating the list compiled by 55places.com. "The purpose of the list is to focus for seniors on, ‘the towns, cities, and regions that foster that balance between affordability and good living.

Moving while in retirement is a big decision as anyone knows. Some can’t bring themselves to do it for various reasons like family, locale or finances. We had been checking out various places in the Southeastern states during our vacations. We had done our research and had decided we wanted to retire in one of four states, Florida being one.

Reverse Mortgage Advisors (RMA) Florida. Loan officers are located throughout the state of Florida to meet the growing needs of its seniors. RMA specializes in all types of reverse mortgages.

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There are a number of reasons some places are better to retire than others. We explore why Bankrate listed these states as the worst ones to retire to. One Reverse Mortgage takes a deeper look at Bankrate.com’s list of worst states to retire.

In case you missed it, here’s what happened in reverse mortgage news this week: Harvard, AARP: Senior Housing Situation Dire, But Reverse Mortgages Can Help An increasing number of baby boomers and those age 65 and older are carrying mortgages into retirement, pointing to a looming seniors housing crisis – but reverse mortgages can offer.

Florida topped out as the No. 1 state to retire in WalletHub’s annual ranking for 2018. The Sunshine State also held the No. 1 spot in 2017 . The "2018’s Best & Worst States to Retire" report compared all 50 U.S. states across 41 indicators, spanning the cost of in-home care, life expectancy and cost of living, among other factors.

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