When you’ve come to reach a certain age and find yourself ready to settle down, it is but natural for you to look into the future. In doing so, you will want to choose a place where you can provide your family with the better things in life, such as good education for your children and a peaceful community for your entire family.
In the U.S., the State of Utah figures as one of the popular places for starting a family. The slopes, diverse dining selection, and expanding TRAX system are among the few reasons people find Utah and its cities as the best place to live in. Salt Lake City, in particular, places in the top 20 percent of cities when it comes to financial responsibility. According to a study by WalletHub, out of the 150 largest cities in the U.S., Salt Lake City is in a tie for 29th place for income, employment opportunities, economic mobility, housing costs, travel time, credit scores, emotional and physical wellbeing.
Take, for example, how Business Insider reports that Emigration Canyon, a progressive town in the state, has a median income of nearly $135,500 – good enough to rank 27th out of the most affluent regions across 50 states.
In fulfilling the American Dream, Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc., for instance, provides the numbers. In their first year, the company had closed 321 mortgages amounting to as much as $35 million. This, in itself, is proof of how many families are choosing to live in Utah.
For Your Family
Wanting the best for your family entails considering their health and safety and Utah is a good place to secure healthcare. The Utah Insurance Department, the state agency mandated to regulate insurance, is opening enrollment for health insurance on November 1, 2016. Utahns can be sure that they the state agency serves to seek out what is best for them and their families.
Conclusively, choosing to settle down in Utah is choosing to enjoy the life a city and town can offer. Livability cites Provo and Heber City as one of the top ten places, according to their respective categories as downtown and small town, to live in the U.S. Given these considerations, why not settle down in Utah, right?