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Senior citizens considering move to Ann Arbor area

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Senior citizens considering move to Ann Arbor area

I am an American, planning to retire from teaching in a year or two. I grew up in Toledo, Ohio but have been living in Italy most of my life and my husband is Italian. We are thinking of returning to the USA when I retire. I would appreciate any suggestions, ideas, comments which could help us in making this decision.We would go for a" test year" first, of course. Thank you ,Christine

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1. Re: Senior citizens considering move to Ann Arbor area


You would be in good company, choosing to retire to Ann Arbor. There have been several news stories in the past few years about Ann Arbor being a good retirement destination and the people who are retiring here. Here's just one article, but there are many:


Are you familiar with the University Commons 55+ community? They are connected to the University of Michigan and look like an excellent home-base for enjoying a full and fun retirement in Ann Arbor. They would likely be a good resource to point you in the right direction for a lot of information about retiring in Ann Arbor.


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