Places To Retire To That WON’T Devastate Your Finances

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6. North Fort Meyers, Florida

Located in northern Lee County, northwest across the Caloosahatchee River from Fort Myers proper and bordered to the west by the county’s largest city, Cape Coral. Starting life as a collection of settlements brought to life by pioneers drawn to the heavily wooded wilderness north of the Caloosahatchee.

By the 1900’s it only had a population of just 50 and grew itself from there. It has gained a reputation for being a friendly rural community with a higher than average retiree population and sees itself as an ever-growing business community.

Total population: 40,916
Median list price: $210,950
Percentage of population 65 and older: 47.2%

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8 thoughts on “Places To Retire To That WON’T Devastate Your Finances”

  1. Michael W Kendalll

    you are hooked on Florida with its high humidity and high temperatures, what gives, payola???

  2. After 38 years we left Florida and moved to South Carolina were life is much more affordable and people are nicer. I think this article needs an update.

  3. Several of these places in FL were negatively affected by Hurricane Ian. Not sure they are that good of a place to live right now.

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