Top 20 Places To Retire In The U.S.
4. Ogden, UT
The first city from Utah to rank on our list, Ogden might just have everything a retiree would need: mountain views, mild climate, low crime rate, a cost of living that comes in a whopping 12% below the national average, and an average home price of just $124,000. If you’re looking for a solid contender, look no further than Ogden.
3. Oklahoma City, OK
Located on the great plains, Oklahoma City, OK comes in at number 3 on our list of best places to retire. With a population of over 600,000, Oklahoma City is both the largest city and state capital of Oklahoma. It offers retirees an average home price of just over $160,000 and a cost of living that’s below the national average.
2. Pittsburgh, PA
It may not have a warm climate like Austin, TX or Las Cruces, NM, but Pittsburgh, PA has a lot to offer retirees looking to enjoy their golden years. With an average home price of just $130,000 and a strong economy thanks to the city’s booming economy. This city also offers a higher volunteering rate than many other cities in the U.S. Mix in a large number of doctors per capita and you’ve got a strong contender.
1. Port Saint Lucie, FL
The Sunshine State has graced our list more than once, so it should come as no surprise that the number 1 place to retire in the U.S. is Port Saint Lucie, FL. Port Saint Lucie has it all, a warm climate, a cost of living below the national average, average home prices of just $140,000, and an above average air quality, just to name a few of the reasons retirees should head to this Florida City located on the Atlantic coast