Boston MA is Considered One of the Best Cities for Seniors.

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Boston considered one of the best cities for seniors

 

Boston MA is considered one of the best cities for seniors according to a recent article on Boston.com A new study from Sperling's BestPlaces identifies those places which do the best job of caring for its elderly population. The "Best Cities for Seniors" study examined the state of senior care in the 50 largest metropolitan areas in the United States As one of the nation's education centers, historical Boston gets high scores for the social category. There's also a low crime rate and a strong spiritual foundation in Beantown. Read full article

 

 

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Anthony Giglio

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Anthony Giglio is a Realtor with RE/MAX Advantage Plus and is on the Minnesota Real Estate Team which sells over 1500 homes each year in MN. He is always available to help you with your real estate questions and needs. 

 

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Richie Alan Naggar
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Considering that a huge segment of the population is retiring, this is good to know data...thank you

Dec 01, 2011 02:42 AM #1
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Wonderful to live and work here!  Thanks for the post!

Have a great day!

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