In the midst of a recession, America’s baby boomers may be looking for some of the best places to retire in the US.
A list of most affordable places for retirees has just been released by the US the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, with Columbus, Ohio topping the list of where to retire if housing and living costs are a consideration. This college town has reasonably priced housing relative to income and a 4.5 percent inflation rate.
Dallas and Houston in Texas have been ranked second and fourth respectively, offering warm climate and growing economies. Minneapolis, Minnesota ranked third.
See Retirement Quotes about The Best Places to Retire to keep things in proper perspective: