The Carolinas are a pleasant place for many to retire. Both North and South Carolina are in the top five for net migration of people 60 and older, according to the Census Bureau. According to a report on Kiplinger, North Carolina was the No. 3 place to retire behind Florida (No. 1) and Arizona (No. 2). The state of South Carolina was No. 5, behind Texas (No. 4). These statistics are from the year 2018.
According to a recent report from Kiplinger, retirees that moved to the Carolinas were interviewed in order to compile a list of 8 things you should know about retiring in the Carolinas. Real estate agents also commented on this feature. Here are 8 things you need to know ranked highest to lowest about retiring in North Carolina or South Carolina.