Santa Fe On Top 15 Retirement Cities

15 Top Retirement Cities

 
Boomers are willing to move farther than previous generations when they retire, and they are choosing places unlike stereotypical retirement hotspots, says Tom Brokaw in his report on Boomer retirement, airing on CNBC, Thursday, March 4 at 9 p.m. ET.

The top places listed by AARP and explored on the show are:

1. Loveland/Fort Collins, Colo.
2. Las Cruces, N.M
3. Rehoboth Beach, Del.
4. Portland, Ore.
5. Greenville, S.C.
6. Sarasota, Fla.
7. Ann Arbor, Mich.
8. Tucson, Ariz.
9. Montpelier, Vt.
10. Honolulu
11. Santa Fe, N.M
12. Atlanta
13. Charleston, S.C
14. Northampton, Mass.
15. San Diego, Calif.

Source: CNBC, Paul Toscano (02/05/2010)

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Crime Reports On-Line

Learned of a website last night at a crime watch meeting – www.crimereports.com – has all types of crimes and sex offenders in the database (gives exact address of offender.) The local sheriff and police use it. Mapping feature is easy. User friendly.  Any state or city.  Check it out.

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Residential Home Sales – 4th Quarter – City and County

4th Quarter Residential Solds

Shown: # of units

Year

for Santa Fe, NM City and County

                             All Prices

         Up to $500,000

   $500K to $1mil

           $1 mil & up

2009

336

244

68

24

2008

316

223

64

29

2007

401

253

111

37

2006

557

393

130

34

2005

760

532

182

46

2004

688

509

136

43

2003

604

495

96

13

2002

575

498

66

11

2001

487

418

56

13

9 year Average

525

396

101

28

All figures deemed reliable but are not

guaranteed. Source

SFAR MLS

prepared by: Alan Ball

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