CALIFORNIA, USA — Vacaville was named the most affordable place to retire in California with Citrus Heights, Fairfield, Roseville and Folsom following close behind, according to a ranking released by GoBankingRates.
This ranking lists the top 10 most affordable places by measuring the cost to rent a one-bedroom space and how much the average resident spends on monthly groceries and healthcare.
Vacaville's cost to rent was recorded at $1,472.86 with $445.60 estimated to be spent per month on groceries and $452.99 on healthcare.
Citrus Heights rent is slightly higher, but the ranking says monthly healthcare costs come out to an estimated $417.18, about 4% lower than the national average.
Fairfield has the second lowest rent at $1,575.86 and has plenty of ways for residents and their visitors to enjoy their day.
Roseville's monthly healthcare costs sit below the national average and 17% of residents are 65+.
Folsom is a town of history and a high "livability score," but has a higher rent at $1,731.43.
Here's the full ranking:
- Citrus Heights
- Chula Vista
- West Covina