We love places that fit our lifestyles. If you love mountain biking or hiking, then living close to the foothills and San Gabriel mountains is a dream. If you love walking paths and accessible shopping, then areas of Rancho Cucamonga, Chino, and Irvine are perfect for you.
Healthiest Cities in the U.S.A that are in California
Where are some of the healthiest cities to live in? Out of the 50 United States, several California cities make it into the Top 100 healthiest cities. In the Top 50, the following cities rank high for health:
#8 – Irvine, CA
#13 – Huntington Beach, CA
#21 – San Jose, CA
#23 – Santa Rosa, CA
#31 – Santa Clarita, CA
Our local Rancho Cucamonga comes in at #77 and Anaheim and Riverside also make the cut.
It is no surprise that Los Angeles ranks #4 for having the Most Healthy Restaurants per Capita.
How was this criteria determined? “In order to identify the overall healthiest cities in the U.S., WalletHub compared 182 cities — including the 150 most populated U.S. cities, plus at least two of the most populated cities in each state — across four key dimensions: 1) Health Care, 2) Food, 3) Fitness and 4) Green Space. Our sample considers only the city proper in each case and excludes cities in the surrounding metro area.”*
It is still an amazing time to sell. Home sellers are realizing the largest gains in profit and highest return on investment when they go to sell since 2006**. The strong home buyer demand is creating lots of opportunities for home sellers who want to sell quickly to a motivated home buyer. There is an intangible benefit of accepting an offer from an emotionally committed and financially strong buyer.
Contact us to find out how much you could sell your home for. You might be surprised by how much!
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