10 Cities to Retire in Off the Beaten Track

Retiring can be an opportunity to change your life, whether that means exploring a new hobby that has always captured your interest or traveling to places you’ve always wanted to go. But, have you ever considered it as an opportunity to move to a new city? If you have, a report from US News and World Report evaluated the country’s 100 largest metro areas to see which one’s would meet retirees’ expectations. Based on a breakdown of citizens’ idea of housing affordability, desirability, health care, and overall happiness, here are the top 10 cities to retire in that you might not have expected:

  1. Lancaster, PA
  2. Fort Myers, FL
  3. Sarasota, FL
  4. Austin, TX
  5. Pittsburgh, PA
  6. Grand Rapids, MI
  7. Nashville, TN
  8. San Antonio, TX
  9. Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
  10. Lakeland, FL