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Most Popular Spots in Nebraska to Retire

By    |   Tuesday, 26 Jan 2016 03:22 PM

Nebraska is becoming a more widely considered area for those close to retirement. Some people prefer retirement in Nebraska over tropical states like Florida because of reduced crime rate, low 2.5 percent unemployment rate, easy access to health care, and friendly people. According to Sperling's Best Places, Nebraska falls into 12th place in the nation for the number of sunny days annually.

AreaVibes rates cities based on a variety of important factors which includes the cost of living, amenities, education, crime, housing, unemployment, and weather. Here are four Nebraska cities that received high livability scores from AreaVibes.

1. Papillion
The average national cost of living index of Papillion currently stands 10 percent below the nation. Those choosing to spend their retirement in Nebraska should be prepared for average temperatures to be 73 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer and 31 F in the winter. Papillion has an abundance of local amenities, high graduation rates, along with a low crime and cost of living rate.

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2. Woodland Hills
People who want to live in a small community with friendly neighbors may enjoy spending their retirement in this Nebraska town that has fewer than 500 residents. Woodland Hills has a low crime rate, many local amenities, and high graduation rate as well as a high income per capita rating. Average summer temperatures are around 74 F with winter temperatures averaging 56 F.

3. La Vista
Among the most enticing aspects about living in this town are its low cost of living, low crime rates, high graduation rates, and proximity to a wealth of local amenities. Temperatures in the summer are about 73 F with an average 31 F in the winter.

4. Gretna
People who retire here are going to enjoy being in proximity to a lot of local amenities. Gretna has a low cost of living, low crime rate, high income per capita, and high graduation rates. The average summer temperature is 73 F with average winter temperature being around 31 F.

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