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A Comfort Life: 5 Most Favorable Cities to Live in the USA

When choosing the most favorable spot to live, we usually consider various factors. For some people, the most significant criteria is the availability of the quality education, while for others, personal safety along with the development of the local economy are the major priorities.

Also, you need to take into consideration such features as:

  • weather;
  • tax rates;
  • average wages;
  • population;
  • property prices;
  • transport accessibility of the house.

Based on a set of variables, we have prepared the list of American cities that are ideal for living. If you are looking for the best city to stay in the United States for a long time, it is possible that you should carefully study the following list…

Denver, Colorado

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From the point of view of the development of new technologies, the capital of Colorado, Denver, is on a par with San Jose, San Francisco, Seattle and Austin. However, the average income there is higher, the unemployment rate is one of the lowest in the United States, and progress goes far beyond the campuses of technology companies. The Mile High City is surrounded by mountains and natural parks. Among the most famous ones are the Red Rocks Park and the Winter Park Resort, located 110 kilometers away from the city. There are more than 200 park zones in the city itself. Locals spend a lot of free time in nature, enjoying jogging, hiking, cycling and kayaking, as well as skiing.

 

Austin, Texas

Austin Texas Lake Front

Americans call Austin “the world capital of live music.” And not without a reason! Here, the number of concert halls, clubs and music cafes, parades, is more than anywhere else in the United States, and festivals are organized almost every week, the largest of which is the South by Southwest music and film festival. Cultural life in Austin beats over the edge: it attracts creative people including musicians and artists of various genres. Austin is home to one of the largest in the USA University of Texas, which fills the verandas of restaurants and cafes with students and creates conditions for the development of youth subcultures. Austin residents more actively than others are fighting for the environment and have achieved success in this. The city became the first in the USA to ban the use of plastic bags.

Public transport system is well-developed in Austin, which allows you to choose between bus, metro, and train. Those who’re used to travel by car can easily rent it with Enterprise at Austin Airport for the desired period of time.

The average cost of the house in Austin is about $200,000. If we take into consideration the average wage of $65,000/year, then it looks quite realizable task to purchase a property there.

 

Fayetteville, Arkansas

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A small city in Arkansas is promised a great future. The Walmart headquarters and the campuses of the University of Arkansas, founded in 1871, are located nearby. With the campus and neighboring Bentonville, the population of the city tends to be half a million. The city is growing rapidly with the infrastructure that is being developed thanks to the students. At the same time, unlike in many US cities, the cost of living in Fayetteville remains very modest – about 20% lower than the national average value.

 

Boise, Idaho

Downtown Boise, Idaho

Residents of Boise have the opportunity to gain bucolic calm or have an active social life. In the city center, you can wander along the street, tightly packed with cafes and boutiques of local designers, and in a minute you will find yourself on the spacious 40-kilometer Greenbelt embankment by the Boise River. In the areas of the North End and the Bench you’ll find expensive homes and restaurants, and Warm Springs is famous for spas with hot springs. Bicycles are very popular in Boise – the city takes the 7th place in the country by the number of cyclists. American Condé Nast Traveler magazine called it one of the most underrated cities in the United States.

 

Seattle, Washington

Seattle has headquarters for such large companies as Amazon, Starbucks and Nordstrom. Nevertheless, its locals value personal time and work far less than is customary in New York or San Francisco: it’s hard to find someone in the workplace after six o’clock in the evening. The education level of the residents of Seattle is one of the highest in the country. The mild maritime climate allows people to spend a lot of time in nature, doing jogging or cycling in the central Discovery Park, sailing in the strait, and kayaking on the lakes, skiing and snowboarding in the Cascade or Olympic Mountains. Residents of Seattle know a lot about healthy eating and develop a gastronomic trend. In the past five years, famous chefs have arrived in the city and new restaurants have been opened there. Fairs, farmers’ markets and tastings take place on weekends.

 

 

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