To those who wish to live in the United States and who could not make a decision as to which city they would reside in, then this list of best US cities 2012 would greatly help you in choosing the place where you could stay progressively. In fact, some of the things that people use to gauge if the city is the right place are the affordability of the residential unit, which equates to the budget based on the financial resources that an individual has. Second is the amenity that it offers that suits someone’s lifestyle, so the best cities to live in US 2012 are as following.
10. San Diego, California
It is known to be the second largest city found in California while it ranked 8th on the largest city in the United States. It is the economic center in California where you could find various trading, businesses, and companies in the field of tourism, manufacturing, and other military and defense-related works. In fact, it has been cited that this city is one of the top five wealthiest cities in the United States in 2005.
9. Seattle, Washington
It is the largest city situated in the Northwestern part of the United States. Based on history, it has risen and reached the progressive status, economically speaking, although it also met some downfalls. In fact, it is one of the expensive cities to stay and live within the United States.
8. Fort Collins, Loveland Colorado
It is one of the most crowded cities in the United States while fourth in Colorado. It has been consistently included in the most recommended and favorable places in the United States wherein it was named by Money magazine since 2006 to 2010. You could find the largest and popular companies in the world in this city such as Hewlett Packard, Walmart, and AMD.
7. Gainesville, Florida
Some has considered this city to be the number one city to live in the US, between years 2004 to 2009. It is one of the biggest cities in Florida wherein you could find the sixth largest campus in America, which is the University of Florida. Their success and worldwide recognition started after World War 1.
6. Ann Arbor, Michigan
It is one of the largest cities in Michigan. Its name was believed to be taken from the standing trees surrounding the whole city. You could find a reputable and intellectually recognized university that would really shape individual education, which is the University of Michigan. The mainstream of their economy is found on high technology, medical workers, and in research and development.
5. Rochester, Minnesota
It is the third largest city in Minnesota. In fact, there are about 2 million people who visit the city yearly. Some of the flourishing businesses found in the place are retail stores, restaurants, health care providers, and hotels. Agriculture is one of the significant contributors to the growth of the city.
4. Nashua, New Hampshire
It is the second largest city in the state and it has been cited and included twice as part of the best place to live in the United States, which were conducted and released by the Money magazine. In fact, it got the number one spot for the best city in 1987 and after 10 years in 1997. It is also the safest city in 2007 as made by the Morgan Quinto Press.
3. Portland, Oregon
It is known for its brewery, which is also known as Beervana. You could find this city in the Pacific Northwest. It is one of the crowded cities in the United States wherein it holds the 29th rank by its title. It has low energy cost and it actually ranked 42nd when it comes to quality living.
2. Boise, Idaho
It is one of the most crowded cities in Idaho and it ranked third in the U.S. Pacific Northwest Region. You could find the largest companies in this city like Albertson LLC, Boise Cascade LLC, Miron Technology, Hewlett Packard, Teleperformance, and others.
1. Madison, Wisconsin
It is the 81st largest city in the United States. Nonetheless, its consistency in being part of the top 10 lists and number one city where individuals and families could settle permanently is very evident on the yearly list being published online with some of the noted magazines for best residences to live in the United States. It focuses on biotechnology, consumer services, advertising sectors, and other high-tech-based industries.