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Retirement in Texas

Learn more about the joy of retiring in the Lone Star state of Texas.

Abilene, Texas - In Photos: 25 Best Places To Retire In 2015

PROS: Robust economy, cost of living 17% below national average, average home price $142,000 (national average: $209,000). Low rate of violent crime. High number of doctors per capita, high rank on Milken Institute of best cities for successful aging. Warm climate. CON: Not very walkable.
NOTED: Average tax climate and air quality. Population 120,000. On list last year.
TRIVIA: Founded as a railroad shipping town for cattle.

Here Are The 9 Best Cities In Texas To Retire In

I can't think of a better place than the Lone Star State to settle down after your working days are over. Here are the top 9 cities in Texas to retire in.

Retire in Texas at a 55 Plus Austin Independent Living Community

Located in beautiful South Austin, our active senior (55 plus) independent living retirement community is luxury, all-inclusive living at its best.

Retire Here, Not There: Texas

Texas boasts warm weather, no state income tax, a cost of living that is lower than the national average and a healthy economy. Take a look at life in Austin, Corpus Christi, San Antonio and Georgetown.