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9 Best small cities to live after retirement!

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1) North Port, FL

The North Port, Florida, has the greatest percentage of people 65 and older in the United States. North Port has the fifth-lowest housing cost-to-average-retirement-income ratio.

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2) Troy, MI

There are more than 21 medical centers per 10,000 persons in Troy, Michigan. Senior citizens make up 18.33% – the 50th-highest percentage of Troy population.

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3) Largo, FL

Largo, Florida, has the ninth-highest percentage of people 65 and older in the United States. The anticipated tax burden on the city's older citizens is 14.51 percent.

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4) Deerfield Beach, FL

Deerfield Beach, features a substantial senior citizen community. Of the city's population of almost 81,000, a whopping 24.26 percent are over the age of 65.

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5) Georgetown, TX

In addition to a large population of seniors (27.12 percent), Georgetown, Texas, has one of the lowest property crime rates in the United States.

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6) Jupiter, FL

For every 10,000 citizens, Jupiter has roughly 23 medical facilities, which is more than any other city in the state of Florida.

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7) Medford, OR

Medford, a city in southern Oregon, has 18.55 percent of its population over the age of 65, which ranks it in the top 50 for this category.

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8) Mission Viejo, CA

With a population of nearly 94,000, Mission Viejo is home to the 13th highest percentage of people 65 and older in the state (23.04 percent ).

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9) Youngstown, OH

This city of more than 65,000 persons had the lowest housing prices in the survey, accounting for 20.32 percent of the typical retirement income.

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