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Living conditions, including moderate climate, low crime and taxes, affordable housing, and a high quality of life, are attracting many out-of-state retirees to coastal areas like Topsail Island, the Wilmington area, and the Crystal Coast.
In communities up and down coastal North Carolina, second homes and retirement living are continuing to boom. The Inner Banks offers ideal waterfront living with access to fishing, boating, community and social events.
Record numbers of retirees are calling the Tar Heel State home. In 1980 North Carolina ranked seventh in the nation for retirement and has, by the 1990 census, become the fifth largest retirement state. The author outlines the similarities and differences between popular retirement areas of the state.