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Golden years all about location

Couples advise setting goals, plan for needs

9:53 PM, Mar. 15, 2013
Tom and Lyn Deardorff downsized from a five-bedroom home to a loft that met their retirement needs.
Tom and Lyn Deardorff downsized from a five-bedroom home to a loft that met their retirement needs.
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When Tom and Lyn Deardorff would dream about retirement, they kept a list of their must-haves: A location that would allow them to walk to restaurants and the farmers market, and quick access to Atlanta's international airport. The new digs also had to be located in a diverse area rich in history.

That list grew over 10 years while they were looking, but then they hit the jackpot. They found a loft-style condo a mile from downtown Atlanta in a converted cotton mill that's on the National Historic Register and was within their budget.

"We have it unbelievably good," Tom Deardorff said. "This is it. ...

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