10 Best Cities to Live in America


Have you always dreamed of relocating to the US? If so, you will be spoilt for options when starting a new life in the United States. To help narrow down your search, learn more about the 10 best cities to live in America.

Nashville, Tennessee
Nashville is the home of country music. You can therefore trust it will be full to the brim with atmospheric bars, endless live music and plenty of character. It’s the ultimate destination for music lovers and musicians, as you cannot help but be inspired by the level of talent in Tennessee’s largest city. When buying a condo in Nashville, ensure you reach out to local real estate agents who will know the market inside and out, so you can find the perfect property for your needs and budget.

Austin, Texas
There will be plenty of employment opportunities in Austin, Texas, as America’s coolest city has a low unemployment rate in comparison to the national average. There’s also no state income tax to pay, and you or your children can choose between eight colleges and universities. You can also guarantee beautiful weather throughout the year, as Austin enjoys 228 sunny days, and temperatures often do not fall below 40 degrees in January.

Boulder, Colorado
Do you love nothing more than exploring the great outdoors? You’ll fall head over heels in love with Boulder, which is located near the Rocky Mountains and is just a few miles from downtown Denver. You can spend many a day camping, hiking, skiing or cycling. It’s also been declared the 7th greenest city in the United States, and you can take your pick from the city’s many restaurants, public libraries and museums.


San Francisco, California
San Francisco will quickly feel like home once you move to America. The city features many restaurants and world-class museums, as well as 20 higher education institutions, and two famous sports teams. Also, travelling to work or the store is easy, as the city is known for its exceptional public transportation. It’s also the perfect place to meet the love of your life, as the city offers twice as many single citizens as married.

Omaha, Nebraska
Younger people flock to Omaha, as it offers 12 colleges and universities to help kick-start their career. It’s also ideal for families or people stepping onto the property ladder, as it’s an affordable city to live, as the average home price costs as little as $130,000. The cost of living is also 11% lower than America’s national average, meaning you can enjoy a relatively comfortable life. 
What’s more, you can experience 214 days of sun each year, as well as clean air and exciting cultural attractions, such as many bars, restaurants, nightclubs and art galleries. Access to healthcare will also never be a concern, as Omaha offers 329 physicians per 100,000 residents.

Portland, Oregon
Consider yourself a bit of a foodie? Make the move to Portland in Oregon, which was ranked the second-best city for foodies. Fine dining establishments and casual eateries will ensure you can enjoy fantastic cuisines across all corners of the city. It’s also believed that the city’s 550,000 residents live only an hour away from a beach or from the mountains, and there is approximately 25 acres of park for every 1,000 citizens. However, there are some downsides to moving to Portland, as the city experiences 42 inches of rain every year.

San Diego, California
If you want to move to America to experience fantastic sunshine, look no further than San Diego, as the Californian city offers some of the best weather in the United States. You’ll experience 266 days of sunshine per year, and the daily temperatures reach an average of 70 degrees. You also will never be spoilt for options when it comes to things to do, as you can explore 200 museums, book tables at world-class bars and restaurants, or can attempt the various ocean and mountain sports available in the city.  

Kansas City, Missouri
Ultra-speed internet might not be your top priority, but it is certainly one reason to move to Kansas City, as Google is set to install it across the city. On top of exceptional internet access wherever you are, you can also enjoy a low cost of living, as the income tax rate is just 6% and food prices are lower in comparison to the rest of the United States. You can also cheer on the city’s two biggest sports teams: the Kansas City Chiefs and the Kansas City Royals.

Raleigh, North Carolina
There is a reason Bloomberg chose Raleigh as the best place to live in America. Not only are there a wide variety of jobs for professionals, but the city also has a low unemployment rate. Students can take their pick of three notable universities: North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina and Duke University. The city also experiences limited extreme climate swings all year long, and there are many landmarks and attractions to keep you entertained.

Boise, Idaho
Enjoy a comfortable life in Boise, Idaho, as the city is known for its stable economy, and it also offers lower taxes in comparison to the national average. Not only will you have more money to spend, but you can also enjoy plenty of sunshine, as the city offers 206 days of sunny weather. You’ll also never be short for things to do if you relocate to Boise, as you can go boating, hiking, skiing or biking, and can enjoy an array of affordable outdoor activities.

Conclusion
As you can see, there are many fantastic places to live in America. Whether you are looking for exceptional attractions, a low cost of living, sunny temperatures all year long or delicious cuisines, there is a city in America to call your new home. However, it is important to weigh up both the pros and cons of a city before you commit to a move. Consider the culture, neighbourhoods, attractions, employment opportunities and transport options before you make a move, so you are 100% confident you are making the right decision.

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