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.

Not only is Atlanta one of America’s most populous metros, it’s actually the fourth fastest-growing metropolitan area in the country. That’s right, Atlanta brought in more than 733,000 new residents in a decade, and for good reason.
With a relatively affordable cost of living, awesome employment opportunities, and—frankly—convenient access to all some of the great locations and amenities that California has to offer, Sacramento is among the fastest cities in California again.
Fort Worth, Texas, makes up half of the truly massive Dallas-Fort Worth metro, but it’s definitely a major city in its own right. In fact, Fort Worth became the 13th largest city in the U.S. in 2019,...
New York City is one of the most famous cities on Earth, if not the most famous of them all. With more than 20 million residents calling the NYC metro home, it can get easy to get...
Located in northern Florida along the Atlantic cost, Jacksonville is home to more than 900,000 people and is expected to keep growing. And whether you already call the city home or are looking to relocate, here are...
Memphis offers its residents some great attractions, amazing BBQ, tasty and clean tap water, and a cost of living that’s significantly lower than the national averages—especially when looking at rent prices and mortgage expenses.
While Phoenix is a massive city worthy of the attention it gets, but it’s not the only powerhouse in the state of Arizona. Tucson offers its residents ample job opportunities, affordable living, and plenty of the great...
In 2019, Columbus, OH, was ranked among the 15 fastest growing cities in the country, surpassing San Francisco in the process.  According to local ABC 6, city officials expect more than a million people to move to...
For more than a decade, Philadelphia has seen a slow and steady growth in its population. With ample job opportunities in the legal realm, 12 Fortune 500 company headquarters, and the federal government—not to mention one of...
As any Tampa local can probably attest to, the city has experienced a rapid population growth over the past decade. In fact, the U.S. Census Bureau shows a population growth of 16.9% between April 2010 and July...