More Retirees Planning to Stay in Home State, Survey Finds

Many of us have an image of 60-somethings retiring, selling their house, and heading for the sun and sand of warmer climates. But a new study from PulteGroup finds that 62 percent of the Baby Boomers surveyed will stay in their home state — a 20 percent increase from just two years ago.

More Americans Are Deciding To Stay Put As Recession Hits Home

People in the U.S. are no longer flocking to the southern states to bask in the warm sunshine in the numbers that they used to before the housing crisis hits home, according to a new study. The Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire found that the trend of migration from colder northern states

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