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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.

Just across the Potomac River and a little south of Washington, D.C. is the rapidly growing city Alexandria. As with most cities within popular metropolitan areas, Alexandria offers its residents new and old a number of qualities...
In the sprawling metro of DFW, there are more than 200 cities and towns to live in, explore, and enjoy, each with its own set of attractions, eateries, and reasons that make the city unique in its...
The gateway into Southeastern Virginia and the front access to the Atlantic waterways, Hampton Roads makes up 16 cities and many other smaller, unique communities. Among these larger cities is Newport News. Home to...
Greater Miami is among the largest metropolitan areas in the country and is home to more more than 6,000,000 residents and more than 20 cities, towns, and countless other smaller communities. With so much going on, it...
Pittsburgh is the second largest city in Pennsylvania, with a large portion of its population both living in the city proper and among its many suburb cities. So, are you looking to make Steel City your new...
With a strong and diverse economy, being the hub of the state, and a thriving Cajun culture, Lafayette offers its residents a great place to live, work, and play as well as serves as an attractive place...
The massive Dallas-Fort Worth metro area is easily one of the largest metros in the country and home to more than 7.5 million people and more than 200 different cities and towns. With the sheer amount of...
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...