If you're looking for a place to settle post-retirement, turns out San Diego is one of the best.
According to rankings by U.S. News & World Report, San Diego is among the best cities in the United States to retire in 2021.
The list evaluated America's 150 most populous metropolitan areas based on how well they meet people's expectations for retirement.
San Diego ranked 138th on the list of the best places to retire with an overall score of 6.3 out of 10.
Here's what U.S. News & World Report had to say about retiring in San Diego:
"San Diego offers world-class dining, professional sports and entertainment options typical of a large metro area, but the patchwork of distinct neighborhoods fosters strong community ties. Residents gather at festivals and farmers markets, meet friends at beaches and parks, and regularly bump into friends and acquaintances at local bars and restaurants."
Retirement scores were based on six key metrics: happiness, housing affordability, health care quality, retiree taxes, desirability, and job market ratings.
These are the top 10 places to retire in 2021:
1. Sarasota, Florida
2. Naples, Florida
3. Daytona Beach, Florida
4. Melbourne, Florida
5. Lancaster, Pennsylvania
6. Tampa, Florida
7. Fort Myers, Florida
8. Port St. Lucie, Florida
9. Ann Arbor, Michigan
10. Pensacola, Florida
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