Clemson, SC has been recognized by Forbes as on of their 25 Best Places to Retire for 2014. Forbes publishes the list annually, in alphabetical order and no ranking within the list.
Here’s how Forbes says they choose: Data we sifted included housing and living costs, taxes, weather and air quality, crime rates, doctor availability, and active-lifestyle rankings for walkability, bicycling and volunteering. We also looked at economic data with an eye toward a “working” retirement.
And specifically about Clemson: Trivia: Home of Clemson University. Pros: college town, warm climate, above-average air quality, cost of living about national average, typical home price $135,000, good state tax climate, low crime, high walkability rank. Cons: None.
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