11 Cheapest Cities in the U.S. To Retire

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3) Palm Coast, Florida

Intended primarily as a retirement community when it was established in 1999, Palm Coast is an Atlantic-facing northern city in Florida that retirees love. In fact, over 26% of the population are retired. This is likely due to the affordable real estate and the reasonable cost of assisted living homes. With miles of coastline and beaches nearby, the mild weather, and general pet-friendly attitude is something retirees highly value. The proximity to the coast and miles of saltwater and fresh water canals creates a perfect location for retirees who prefer to spend their days boating, fishing, and enjoying the ocean. There are also eight of golf courses in the city (as well as dozens more nearby) and 400 miles of parklands, hiking, and biking trails. Palm Coast is ideally located just minutes from other interesting Floridian cities like St. Augustine and Daytona Beach.

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