The 10 Safest Cities In America For 2019

With crime rates on the rise in many places across the United States, it’s no wonder so many families are choosing to move to safer places. Luckily, the United States is home to many safe cities, and some might surprise you.

small girl playing with skateboardAs long as you’re willing to do your research and invest in a quality security system, you can feel perfectly secure in your own home. According to Niche, these are the safest places to live in America as of 2019.

10. Irvine, California

Located outside of Los Angeles, Irvine is a big city with a cozy suburb feel. You can find anything you need in Irvine, and you don’t have to worry about the same crime rate as many of the other Los Angeles neighborhoods.

Violent crimes per 100,000 residents: 59
Property crimes per 100,000 residents: 1,316

9. Windermere, Florida

Located just South of Orlando, this is an oasis in the sunshine state surrounded by lakes. Home to some of the wealthiest athletes and celebrities, it’s no wonder why so many families aspire to live in Windermere. Selling a house in Florida never seemed easier!

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Violent crimes per 100,000 residents: 58
Property crimes per 100,000 residents: 1,322

8. McKinney, Texas

This growing city is near the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, but it still retains it’s small-town vibes and close relationship to nature.

Violent crimes per 100,000 residents: 146
Property crimes per 100,000 residents: 1,343

7. Simi Valley, California

If the surrounding mountains and hills of the Simi Valley aren’t enough to enjoy, the quaint, small-town feel of this Los Angeles suburb are a dream come true.

Violent crimes per 100,000 residents: 144
Property crimes per 100,000 residents: 1,440

6. Cary, North Carolina

Consistently named one of the best places to live in North Carolina, Cary is perfect for families and young professionals alike. The lower cost of living makes it ideal for commuters heading to Raleigh for their 9-5s.

Violent crimes per 100,000 residents: 99
Property crimes per 100,000 residents: 1,074

5. Madison, Connecticut

The Northeast is home to some safe places to live outside of larger cities. Madison is a city outside of New Haven, and it’s a strongly middle-class neighborhood that’s perfect for families.

Violent crimes per 100,000 residents: 0
Property crimes per 100,000 residents: 473

4. Hopkinton, Massachusetts

Hopkinton is a suburb of Boston, and it’s a tiny town home to under 17,000 people. This is a family-friendly place which is not too far from the city.

Violent crimes per 100,000 residents: 0
Property crimes per 100,000 residents: 339

3. Bellevue, Washington

This Seattle suburb might be home to mostly young people, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be a safe spot to live. This suburb is home to a lot of excitement, and the stunning views of the Pacific Northwest is just a short drive away.

Violent crimes per 100,000 residents: 99
Property crimes per 100,000 residents: 2,905

2. Ann Arbor, Michigan

Though it’s not as well-known as many of the others on this list, Ann Arbor is one of the best cities in America. It’s a hidden gem suburb with a lot to offer as long as you can handle some of the harsher cold months.

Violent crimes per 100,000 residents: 211
Property crimes per 100,000 residents: 1,728

1. Naperville, Illinois

Though the Midwest is often overlooked, Naperville is a superb place to live. Located not too far from Chicago, this is the perfect place to safely raise a family.

Violent crimes per 100,000 residents: 92
Property crimes per 100,000 residents: 1,159

Where will you move next? It always pays to do your research before you head out to a new city. These above are a great place to start your search if safety is your top priority!

Please keep in mind, these are city wide statistics, therefore there are often lesser known areas that could easily compete with these cities as far as crime stats are concerned.

In Orlando, here a few top communities within the city of Orlando, that I would suggest as viable options with lower crime stats worth considering..

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Brady Pevehouse
Orlando Real Estate

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