Retire Mountain Home
Mountain Home, Arkansas and the entire Twin Lakes Region are nationally-recognized places to retire. Retirees Rand McNally’s Retirement Places Rated and AARP’s Sun Belt Retirement ranked the Mountain Home Area as one of the top places to retire in the United States, while Where to Retire magazine named the area “an undiscovered haven.”  And if you enjoy fishing in your retirement years, Mountain Home was listed in the top 20 cities in the U.S. for sportsmen in the Outdoor Life magazine and was ranked #2 for Field and Stream’s Best Fishing Towns in America.

The low cost of living, mild climate, variety of activities, natural beauty of the lakes, mountains and rivers, and just plain friendly folks make the area perfect for a winter home or permanent retirement. The Mountain Home area is stable and safe. It boasts a diverse economy with a strong manufacturing and retail market, a strong base of employees, an extremely low unemployment rate, and one of the lowest crime rates in the country. Our state-of-the-art medical center serves a two-state, 14-county area with over 100 physicians, numerous specialties, and a focus on patient satisfaction.

Living in Mountain Home is affordable. We have a full range of housing in all price ranges, from apartments to condos to country club estates, retirement communities, furnished and unfurnished living spaces, and more. If you prefer to build your dream home, you’ll find property and building costs very attractive.

Baxter Regional Medical Center [BRMC] is big city healthcare with a hometown touch. The Twin Lakes Area has one of the most impressive health care systems in the nation. From open heart surgery, and cancer care, to partial knee replacements and physical rehabilitation, Baxter Regional is state-of-the-art healthcare, close to home.