Thursday, September 1, 2011

The Best Place To Live In The US

America is the land of opportunity and throngs of people come each year to visit. These people would appreciate a list of the best places to live in the US. Americans would agree the most desired place to live in America is based on the number of jobs available, low crime, great schools and in general a nice place to raise one’s family.

Some of the areas to live in America include Eden Prairie -MN, Columbia in Maryland, Newton-MA, Bellevue-WA, McKinney-TX, Fort Collins – CO, Overland Park-KS, Fishers-IN, Ames-IA, Rogers-AR. The number one place to live which is in Eden Prairie is family oriented and has a robust economy as well. It has a comfortable 5.1% unemployment rate which is lower than the nation’s rate. There are more than fifty thousand jobs available in this town. Big Fortune 500 companies have established their firms in this town and include the Minnesota Vikings, C.H Robinson and others. Eden Prairie residents should be pleased to know that Moody’s has given their city an AAA bond rating. The city has natural features like the seventeen lakes that residents and visitors swim in and ice skate in the winter. Residents here can keep fit with the 125 mile stretch park that may be used for aerobic exercises.

Omaha, Nebraska is not only the home of billionaire Warren Buffet; it is a warm climate region with a low cost of living. The city has numerous Fortune 500 companies thanks to the efforts of the pearl of Omaha. The city has improved its downtown areas and created space for entrepreneurs and online companies such as PayPal. Housing, movie tickets and concerts make Omaha the place to live in 2011.

The best places to live in America change each year and some of them are in the mid-western part of the country. Setting up of online companies in the Midwest is a big reason for cities in those states to be admired.

Editors Note: Be sure to check out our updated series (Nov 2011) on the Best States to Live in for an in depth look at America's Best from North to South and East to West.

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