Why do Retirees Love New Mexico, Florida and Arizona?

Thursday, June 6, 2019
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Many my American fellows live in different cities or states during their whole life time: born, growing, going to college, finding jobs, married, taking care of their children and so on.

As of my previous post with title: “What are Factors Make People Move Out of the State?” I mentioned that Americans move from one place to others is around 11.7 times.

Even at their golden ages, Americans try to find the best states. The preferences are changed from year to year.

Hawaii was top choice for retirement several years ago, but not anymore due to it living cost increasing and other safety factors recently.

Current best states for retirement are following:
- New Mexico
- Arizona
- Florida

Then, a question is: Why do Retiree Love New Mexico, Florida and Arizona? The answer and main reasons are:

- Reasonable cost of living
- Lower medical cost
- Low income tax

Such a beautiful place


In addition to above reasons, each state has own advantages:
1) New Mexico
The state has lower population, 2 million only. A lot of places for recreations. The states also advantages in term of safety, rich of history and culture and temperate climate

2) Arizona
Advantages of this state are plenty of attractions and varied climate conditions.

3) Florida
The most reason to retire in Florida is sunshine. Yes, Florida has advantages almost similar to New Mexico and Arizona, but be careful: insurance for property is higher in Florida.


I myself have no planning where to retire yet. How about you?

36 comments:

  1. If I drove a car, I would definitely leave Brooklyn much as I love it. Getting too expensive to live here.

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    1. Yes, indeed....New York and New Jersey are two states where their residents are moving out due to high cost of living....

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  2. I never thought about looking at New Mexico. Florida scares me with the sink holes and hurricanes. We do love the warm weather of the south compared to the cold climate we lived in up north.

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    1. some people, include me avoiding cold temperature, but some are loving with four seasons.

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  3. I like living in Toronto although it's so cold in winter.

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    1. I see....

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  4. I don't know that I would move away from my friends here

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  5. We moved from Ohio and retired in Montana. We love the four seasons, the variety of outdoor recreational opportunities, and the low population.

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    1. Yes, both Ohio and Montana are four seasons.... hope, you and your enjoy living in Montana now....

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  6. I don't plan on leaving CA. Florida would probably be the closest in terms of weather, and that's important to me.

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    1. California is a great state...... You are lucky to stay in California.

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  7. Would love to visit these places some day! xoxo

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    1. You wish will come true...

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      Then, a question is: Why do Retiree Love New Mexico, Florida and Arizona? The answer and main reasons are:

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  8. Same over here. People head for the sunshine of the Mediterranean and to escape the cold and rain of a UK winter.

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      - Reasonable cost of living
      - Lower medical cost
      - Low income tax

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  9. Very interesting. I'd love to visit all these places.

    Best regards

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      In addition to above reasons, each state has own advantages:
      1) New Mexico
      The state has lower population, 2 million only. A lot of places for recreations. The states also advantages in term of safety, rich of history and culture and temperate climate

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      2) Arizona
      Advantages of this state are plenty of attractions and varied climate conditions.

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  11. Over here, weather is glum, most of the time.

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      3) Florida
      The most reason to retire in Florida is sunshine. Yes, Florida has advantages almost similar to New Mexico and Arizona, but be careful: insurance for property is higher in Florida.

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  12. A few places I would love to visit there. Love the photo. If only...

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  13. When we retired we moved from NJ to PA to be closer to the kids and Grandkids. I loved Arizona especially Sedona. FLorida is way too hot for me during the summer. I have a lot of friends that retired there and are moving back or spend the summer up here due to the heat. We love snowmobiling and the four seasons so can't imagine moving any place other than north. Nice places to visit but not for us to live. Thanks for your lovely comments. Have a great weekend!

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    1. NJ is crowded in addition to expensive... hope, you and yours enjoy living in PA....

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  14. I love the idea of New Mexico. Would be fun to live there!

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    1. I think so....

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  15. If those were my choices, I would probably pick AZ but definitely a less-populated part of the state.

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    1. I see....

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  16. Waah .. New Mexico banyak sekali tempat wisatanya, ya .., keren.

    ingin rasanya kesampaian liburan ke New Mexico, tapi apakah memungkinkan untuk kesampaian yaaa 😢

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    1. asal direncanakan pasti Bisa

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  17. Florida sounds good as sunshine state. Have a nice weekend.

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  18. Hello, I do enjoy the Florida weather and moved there for 5 months. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week!

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    1. You are lucky to stay in sunshine state....

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