CNNMoney is doing a whole series on the “Top 100 Places to Live in the US” based on job opportunities, price of products, and quality of life. Here are the top 10 shown with the average price of a house.
First of all, I can’t imagine that there isn’t one city in the South that can make it in the top ten. I love it down here – it’s cheap and it doesn’t snow! Secondly, you should know the largest population on the entire list is 40,000 people. Living in the boonies would drive me bonkers.
It’s an interesting idea though. I contend the big city lifestyle is detrimental and has somehow enchanted us to believing it’s the “best” way to live. In my opinion, the south offers the best of both words. In major southern cities, there is opportunity, a slower pace in the day, cheaper goods, and more space in general.
To each their own though :)Tweet this!