Another great reason to move to Bend is because our town has been ranked one of the best places to retire in a recently released book called “100 Best Places To Retire”, and it’s not hard to see why since Bend Oregon has more things to do for seniors, and people of all age groups, all year long, like 25 excellent craft breweries, great restaurants, an exciting arts scene and of course our many great attractions like Mt. Bachelor and the Deschutes River, which are perfect for anyone who likes to stay active during the year.
Praise for Bend
Annette Fuller, the co-editor of “100 Best Places To Retire” recently say down with NewsChannel 21 in Bend and talked about some of the reasons why she chose Bend as one of the best places to retire, the author said: “Bend satisfies the outdoor craving in all of us, with fishing, boating, paddling, hiking, biking, skiing, hunting and camping”.
Retirement across Oregon
Besides Bend being one of the best places to retire, Annette Fuller also rated Salem, Portland, Lincoln City and Eugene as other Oregon towns that are part of the 100 Best Places To Retire in 2013.
During the process of writing “100 Best Places To Retire” Fuller worked hard to make sure that her book is full of local knowledge and feedback from people who have retired in Bend and now call our city home.
More people have chosen Bend as one of the best places to retire in the last year thanks to Bend’s affordable Real Estate, great hospitals and proximity to major airports which makes Bend an easy place to travel to and from anytime during the year.
If you’re thinking about retiring in Bend, and are planning on buying a home in the area, contact me today by calling (541) 383-1426.