Loveland, Colorado: The Top Place for Baby Boomers to Retire

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Real Estate Agent with C3 Real Estate Solutions

As a specialist in the real estate market, I like to keep up to date on current articles about the area. I thought you might find this interesting. Below is an article by Amy Munday about Loveland being one of the top places for baby boomers to retire:

Colorado and New Mexico are AARP's latest top unique locations for retirees. Baby Boomers are searching for retirement locations that aren't based on available beach real estate. Tax incentives, health care options, weather and property values are the new beach front property.

Outside of financial or medical needs, baby boomers have separate criteria to search for their perfect retirement home. Based on their lifestyle, new retirees also focus on living simply, living environmentally friendly or living with a skyscraper next door.

Top 4 Places For Baby Boomers to Retire

Portland, Oregon is number 5 on lielAARP's America's Top Places for Boomer's to Retire list. The bohemian feel of the small city attracts a European charm for lounging and relaxing. The city's Pearl District brings shopping to diverse and eclectic levels meant for the unique individuals encompassing the city.

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, a state once dogged by Wayne's World in the nineties for being incredibly boring is number 3 on the list of top retirement destinations for baby boomers. The location, only 3 hours from Philadelphia and D.C., nestles majestically within America's vibrant East Coast and is looking to have a 75 percent increase of retirees over the next 25 years.

Las Cruces, New Mexico is the surprising number two pick of AARP's boomer's list for top places to retire. The relatively mild climate and breathtaking landscape set in the Organ mountains inspires relaxation and affordable living.

Loveland, Colorado is numero uno on America's Top Places for Boomer's to Retire. The "sweetheart city" is 45 minutes from bustling Denver. Vast Colorado skies in view of the colossal Rocky Mountains make this city a winner for retirees looking for a small town feel with big opportunities.

Written by Amy Munday

 

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Dee Bundy and Leslie Leis - the NoCo Home Team

 

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Leslie ~ I knew there had to be a Pacific Northwest location on that list.  But, I love Colorado too!

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