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A House on the Sea: Six Oceanside Retirement Havens

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Date : December 12,2013
By : Marlena Stoddard

So after years and years of work, the time has finally come for you to retire. But when you can go anywhere and do anything, the decision of where you want to spend your time can become a more difficult choice. If you are anything like plenty of other retirees, then the idea of living near the beach might be an ideal situation for you. If you are looking for a house on the sea, here are six Oceanside retirement havens you’ll be sure to love.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Puerto Vallarta is one of the most popular spots for retirees who are looking to soak in the sun in a foreign country. Alongside miles of beautiful beaches are condos and retirement homes that make it easy to walk downstairs and find yourself with your toes in the sand. Puerto Vallarta is perfect for retirees who are looking for a living situation abroad, but don’t want to be too far from the States.

Corpus Christi, Texas

Named one of the top-25 places to retire by Forbes, Corpus Christi offers low home prices and a low cost of living. This is perfect for those living off social security or retirement funds. However, with the economy growing like it is in Corpus Christi, you may be able to find a job or start a company that pulls in a bit of money after you’ve retired.

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Virginia Beach is big for those in the military. But it’s also a big draw for retirees who are looking for a great beachside home along the East Coast. Virginia’s taxes are low, around 5 percent, and they also have a low unemployment rate for those looking for part time jobs in retirement.

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Myrtle Beach is a major place for tourism in the American South. This is mainly because of the beautiful weather and the fantastic golf courses. These two highlights are major draws for those looking to relax in retirement and hit the links a few times a week.

Wilmington, North Carolina

If the busy tourism of Myrtle Beach isn’t your thing, consider retiring in Wilmington, North Carolina. Located in the southern part of North Carolina, Wilmington is a beautiful port city that offers great weather year round. Wilmington NC real estate is fairly easy to come by, and can be much more affordable than other better known locations.

Fort Lauderdale, Fl

Southern Florida is a great choice for those looking to retire. You’re likely to find a younger crowd than you would with some of the other places on this list, so keep that in mind when considering a place to live. From Fort Lauderdale, you are in close proximity to Miami and the Keys, which are also fun places to be as a retiree.

There are plenty of places to live domestically and abroad that afford you the opportunity to live on a beach during your retirement years. Consider any of the options on this list to soak in the sun, put your toes in the sand, and not have a care in the world.

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