You'll never have to move again. Really! The American Association for Retired Persons (AARP) ranked Utah 3rd in 2012 for most desirable states to retire. The mild climate, moderate taxes, and relatively low cost of living put the state above 47 others for people looking for a great place to spend their golden years.
Enjoy the history of the land! Learn about Utah's early history by visiting places of interest that offer educational and interesting tours and displays. Among the popular historic sites to see in Utah are the Golden Spike National Historic Site, Salt Lake City's Marmalade Historic District, and the John Jarvie Historical Property in the northeastern part of the state.
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Learn something! With a rich history of Native American tribes such as the Ute and Navajo nations, Utah offers a lot to learn about tribal culture. There are several reservations visitors can explore such as the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation, the Skull Valley Indian Reservation, and the Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation.
You can actually afford the house! According to CNN Money, Ogden, Utah ranked #1 in the nations most affordable housing market. Other cities throughout the state offer similar home buying opportunities for families.
Like sports? So does Utah! Home to the Utah Jazz NBA, Utah Starzz soccer, and Utah Grizzlies hockey teams, sports fans in Utah have no shortage of year around games to attend.
Parks and a LOT of recreation! Utah's scenic parks and outdoor recreation areas attract millions of visitors each year. Among the spectacular destinations within the state are Zion national Park, Bryce Canyon, and Arches National Parks. The state is home to thousands of acres of outdoor camping, fishing, and hiking areas filled with an abundance of wldlife and scenery.
Top notch schools and universities! Utah is home to excellent schools such as Brigham Young University, Utah State, and the University of Utah. Utah is known to have an above average public school system.
Clean air...with enough room to enjoy it! Utah contains diversified outdoor settings, all offering breathtaking scenic environments. From vast deserts and mountain ranges to pristine lakes and evergreen forests, Utah has it all.
Thriving arts and culture! The state of Utah boasts an eclectic arts and culture scene bringing audiences to venues such as the Ogden Symphony Ballet, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, and the Repertory Dance Theatre in Salt Lake City.
Really special events and festivals! Utah hosts great special events and festivals every year, including the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, the International Music Festival, the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and many more local fairs and happenings.
The real estate market is on the upswing! According to the Salt Lake Tribune, Utah's once flatlined real estate market has been on the upswing since 2012 and continues to improve. Home buyers generally outnumber sellers now and the future looks good for Utah real estate and rent to own home situations.
Utah is the tops! A 2012 Gallup study ranked Utah #1 in most desirable states to live in the U.S. The metrics used in the study looked at several factors in the rankings, including clean air, employer/empplyee relations, and standard of living.
Strong Economy! Utah has a solid economy, making it one of the nation's most prosperous states. Mining, transportation, and technology industries continue to boost employment and income throughout the state.
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