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Best Places to Live in the U.S.

Moving to a new city? Find out the top cities and neighborhoods that are best suited for you, whether you’re a young professional, single, retired, or packing up the family. With information such as employment rates, crime rates, healthcare, education, transportation, housing, cost of living, and entertainment—these blog posts have all the facts, statistics, and city-specifics that you need.

Right along our nation’s southern border in Texas is the great city of El Paso, a rare bi-national metro area with neighbors in the bordering state of New Mexico as well as the nation of Mexico.
While part of the sprawling Atlanta Metro, Decatur, GA offers its own unique and distinct flavor and experience for its residents. Long recognized as a great place to live in Georgia, here are six reasons you should...
Among the Miami Metropolitan Area, though roughly an hour’s drive north of Miami itself, is the city of Lake Worth, FL. Being a part of this sprawling metro, which is home to more than 6,100,000 residents, it...
Just east of the ever-encompassing Los Angeles metropolitan area is the Inland Empire. Not quite on the coast, cities in this area such as San Bernardino offers California residents and immigrants a more affordable option than its...
In the past year, Oklahoma City has grown significantly, moving up six spaces and breaking into the top 25 largest cities in the country. With a low cost of living, low cost of doing business, and plenty...
The Seven Cities consist of Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Newport News, and Hampton. And while this collective overall makes up the delightful Hampton Roads metro, each location on its own offers a distinct and unique...
Just south of the major city Los Angeles is what many refer to as a place with a heart of a small town and the body of a big city: we’re talking about Long Beach. Known for...
Are you moving to Albuquerque? The largest city in New Mexico offers its residents a low cost of living, a wealth of southwestern culture, and year-round weather that can be the envy of most. So, if you’re...
In the sprawling metropolitan area that is Dallas-Fort Worth, you can get easily lost in the shuffle of millions of people the same way a suburb can get swallowed up in the more than 200 cities and...
Not even half an hour south of Downtown Denver lies the city of Littleton. Now, this town is not just some suburban city, but a great place to live, work, visit, and more. So, if you’re on...