100 Best Places to Live

As a real estate agent, you are continually tasked with selling not just a piece of property, but a location. Neighborhoods, towns, regions, cities – you have to know them well, market them, and help your clients see the value and understand the downsides. Your job may be a little easier, if you happen to be a listing agent in one of America’s 100 best places to live.

Find out   which 100 U.S. cities from the Best Places to Live database have the most   affordable housing, here,   based on median home sale prices.

Here are the top 25 best places to live in the United States:

1Carmel,     IN

80,100

2McKinney,     TX

136,100

3Eden     Prairie, MN

61,200

4Newton,     MA

84,700

5Redmond,     WA

55,200

6Irvine,     CA

213,600

7Reston,     VA

60,300

8Columbia/Ellicott     City, MD

100,700

9Overland     Park, KS

175,300

10Chapel     Hill, NC

59,000

11Woodbury,     MN

63,600

12Fishers,     IN

78,600

13Allen,     TX

83,700

14Eagan,     MN

64,700

15Centreville,     VA

72,900

16Parsippany-Troy     Hills, NJ

53,200

17Castle     Rock, CO

52,500

18South     Jordan, UT

52,700

19Lakeville,     MN

56,700

20Waldorf,     MD

69,400

21Highlands     Ranch, CO

95,900

22Maple     Grove, MN

61,800

23Gaithersburg,     MD

63,400

24Germantown,     MD

88,000

25Troy,     MI

80,300

 

Check out the   rest of the Top   100 list, discover which Top 100 cities are nearest you here.

 

By Jess Maria

Jessica Maria is an avid business and lifestyle writer on subjects ranging from technology to real estate to immigration. Her work has appeared in magazines in the United States, New Zealand, Australia, the UK and the UAE. She lives in California’s wine country, with her husband and two young sons.

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