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Cheaper than Florida, but no less beautiful: 5 US cities for a comfortable retirement

When it comes to retirement, sunny weather, recreational opportunities and a low cost of living usually top the list of must-haves. While Florida may once have been a favorite state for retirees, rising costs are prompting them to consider alternatives, reports Yahoo.

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Experts have found 5 places to retire that are cheaper than Florida. Each of these locations offers its own unique charm and set of benefits that suit the desires of those looking to save their money in retirement. Here are five alternatives to the Sunshine State where retirees can enjoy a comfortable lifestyle without breaking the bank.

1. Athens, Georgia

  • Median home purchase price: $387.
  • Average rental price: $1.
  • Gasoline: $3,75.
  • Doctor's visit: $120,45.
  • Milk: $3,53.
  • Bread: $3,84.
  • Hamburger: $4,80.

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Known for its vibrant cultural life, Athens offers a warm climate similar to Florida, but with a significantly lower cost of living. With an extensive program of music festivals, arts events and historical attractions, Athens is an attractive alternative for retirees looking for both entertainment and affordability.

2. Biloxi, Mississippi

  • Median home purchase price: $296.
  • Average rental price: $900,75.
  • Gasoline: $3,53.
  • Doctor's visit: $120,29.
  • Milk: $2,32.
  • Bread: $3,71.
  • Hamburger: $4.

With sunny beaches, a coastal lifestyle and a variety of casinos, Biloxi is a destination for those who enjoy both relaxation and excitement. The cost of living is significantly lower compared to Florida, making it an attractive option for people on a fixed income.

3. Chattanooga, Tennessee

  • Median home purchase price: $415.
  • Average rental price: $1263.
  • Gasoline: $3,11.
  • Doctor's visit: $119,91.
  • Milk: $2,34.
  • Bread: $3,74.
  • Hamburger: $4,95.

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Situated along the Tennessee River, Chattanooga offers retirees a picturesque setting combined with a mild climate and a variety of recreational activities. The city is surrounded by mountains and is known for its vibrant arts scene, extensive hiking trails, and affordable cost of living. With its beautiful scenery and diverse cultural offerings, Chattanooga is an attractive option for those looking for a cheaper alternative to Florida for retirement.

4. Corpus Christi, TX

  • Median home purchase price: $370.
  • Average rental price: $1127.
  • Gasoline: $3,18.
  • Doctor's visit: $101,30.
  • Milk: $2,08.
  • Bread: $3,32.
  • Hamburger: $4,39.

Located on the Gulf of Mexico, Corpus Christi offers a coastal experience just like Florida. Miles of beaches, abundant marine life and affordable housing make this a treasure for retirees seeking a balance between coastal living and financial prudence, a reality.

5. Tucson, Arizona

  • Median home purchase price: $475.
  • Average rental price: $1446.
  • Gasoline: $3,63.
  • Doctor's visit: $126,53.
  • Milk: $2,52.
  • Bread: $4,03.
  • Hamburger: $5,33.

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Although not a coastal city, Tucson offers a warm climate, picturesque scenery, and a variety of recreational activities. The cost of living is relatively lower, and Tucson's rich history and diverse cultural activities make it a valuable option for retirees.

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