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Retirees Are Flocking to These ‘Hot’ Spots by CNBC featured by SVN | SFRhub Advisors

It may come as no surprise that Florida snagged the top spot once again in 2019 — it consistently ranks among the best place to retire. For good reason: The Sunshine State benefits from a low cost of living, extensive availability of health facilities and recreational activities, including golf, museums and beaches, as well as no personal income tax. Though, that spot may not be reserved for the sunshine state for much longer.