Want to Live to 100? Living in One of These 8 U.S. Cities Will Help!

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Hope to blow out 100 birthday candles? “I would argue that the biggest impact on how long you live is where you live,” says National Geographic Fellow Dan Buettner, who has studied the world’s longest-living people in “longevity hotspots” he calls Blue Zones. Among them: Sardinia, Italy; Okinawa, Japan; and … Continue reading

This Florida City Was Named the Happiest and Healthiest in America 2016, 2017, 2018

By Marisa Spyker March 20, 2018 costalliving.com We may be a little biased, but we’ve long believed that the happiest places in America are by the sea. And according to the results from a new Gallup-Sharecare poll, we’re absolutely right. Researchers recently polled more than 337,000 adults in cities across … Continue reading

The 2010s: A look back at the biggest stories in Collier, Lee counties

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Ryan Mills and Melanie Payne, Naples Daily News | Published 7:00 a.m. ET Dec. 31, 2019 There wasn’t a lot to celebrate in Southwest Florida when the clock struck midnight on Jan. 1, 2010. The region was still reeling from The Great Recession. Southwest Florida’s economy – built on real … Continue reading

Southwest Florida’s rapid growth and development to continue in 2020

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Fort Myers News-Press | Published 6:11 a.m. ET Dec. 27, 2019 | Updated 10:18 a.m. ET Dec. 27, 2019 Southwest Florida’s expansive growth continued to boom in 2019, and the new year won’t be any different. With thousands of people moving to Lee and Collier County every year, development has … Continue reading

Southwest Florida still home to four of the world’s richest billionaires

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Laura Layden, Naples Daily News Oct. 3, 2019 Four Southwest Florida residents are among the 400 richest Americans. The Forbes 400 — described as the Definitive Ranking of the Wealthiest Americans — includes familiar names in the region. The richest guy in Southwest Florida? That hasn’t changed: Shahid Khan, 69, … Continue reading

Naples does it again, ranks as No. 1 spot to retire in the country

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Laura Layden, Naples Daily News Oct. 9, 2019 Heads up millennials and other future retirees. Naples has been named as the “best place to retire” — again. After recently ranking No. 1 on a list of ‘best cities for early retirement’ in the United States, Naples has once again clinched … Continue reading

Naples named No. 1 on list of ‘best cities for early retirement’ in United States

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Hey, city of Naples, you’re on FIRE. According to Magnify Money, that is. The personal finance site listed the city at the top of a list of 20 for a FIRE retirement — an acronym for “financially independent, retire early.” According to the Magnify Money article, “The FIRE approach to … Continue reading

6 Health and Wellness Trends in High-End Real Estate

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By Diane Hartley | RISMEDIA, Monday, September 02, 2019— The luxury lifestyle isn’t just about looking great anymore. It’s about feeling great, too. Of course, the world’s affluent still want jaw-dropping properties with inspiring views, but they’re also looking for more substance. In today’s fast-paced world, they also want homes … Continue reading

Naples ranks as No. 1 beach town to live in

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The results are in. Naples is the No. 1 beach town to live in. That’s according to a study by WalletHub, a personal-finance website. To determine the most livable beachside communities for 2019, WalletHub compared 192 cities across 62 key metrics for “livability.” The study was divided into two categories, … Continue reading

Naples is #1! – Americans are flocking to these 9 southern cities where business is booming and salaries are rising

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Published CNBC.com Sun, May 5 2019  9:00 AM EDT Emmie Martin@EMMIEMARTIN  Though wages remain largely stagnant for many American workers, there are several cities around the U.S. where incomes are on the rise. Personal finance website GOBankingRates analyzed 347 American cities with populations of 500,000 or under, looking for places experiencing a combination of economic prosperity, population … Continue reading