Top 10 Best Cities to Live in the USA in 2019 – Live, Retire and Raise a family

Top 10 Best Cities to Live in the USA in 2019 – Live, Retire and Raise a family

For many, deciding on a place to call home
is influenced by subjective or personal variables like climate, proximity to friends and family,
or a job opportunity. For those with greater flexibility, there
are dozens of objective factors to consider, as overall quality of life can vary considerably
from town to town and city to city. Today, we will explorer the 10 best cities
to live in the US in 2019: 10. Raleigh, North Carolina. Many people who call the Raleigh home are
young, friendly, diverse and educated. Raleigh is also one of the best cities for
jobs, a hotspot for employment seekers. Advanced manufacturing, IT, and life sciences
are other strong industries. The cost of living in the Raleigh is slightly
lower than the national average, with home prices climbing significantly over the past
few years. This family-friendly area also has a children’s
museum, 200-plus parks and a 152-mile greenway system for safe biking and hiking. Climate described in 6 words: hot, humid summers
and short winters. 9. San Francisco, California. San Francisco is a beautiful region filled
with iconic landmarks, independently owned businesses and trendsetting residents. The public and private school options are
extensive and well-spread out within the city. The metro area’s multifaceted personality
draws a variety of people, from innovative entrepreneurs to students to retirees. The cost of living in San Francisco is very
expensive. The lack of affordable housing options has
caused the region’s homeless population to grow. The area is home to dozens of restaurants,
world-class museums and family-friendly activities. 8. Ann Arbor, Michigan. Ann Arbor is a safe family friendly city that
offers an excellent quality of life for children, adults, and seniors. It’s home to the University of Michigan – one
of the finest universities in the world and premier medical schools in the country. As a four-season city, residents participate
in the many outdoor recreation options available like canoeing, skiing, walking, biking… Gallup Park, one of Ann Arbor’s most popular
outdoor spaces, offers 69 acres of fresh air. Great schools, charming neighborhoods and
enriching activities make Ann Arbor an inviting place for families to grow. 7. Portland, Oregon. Portland offers everything from downtown high-rise
living to close-knit neighborhoods with a small community feel. It is known for its laid-back, friendly residents;
proximity to beautiful mountains and the Pacific Ocean; and rich arts and culture scene. Connecting with others and building relationships
make you feel alive. Summer days are sunny and dry, and winter
temperatures don’t often fall below freezing. Hiking, water sports and running events are
all readily available within the region. In the winter, snow sports can be found 60
miles away at Mount Hood. 6. Seattle, Washington. The city enjoys a growing job market and vibrant
cultural attractions, but the cost of living is very expensive. The company’s dominance has spurred other
major tech giants to build their own offices, and poach local employees. Families who do live here tend to live farther
from the city center, but can take advantage of the public schools, which are highly ranked
at a national level. If you’re young and looking for love, Seattle
is the perfect match. It’s one of the best places for millennials
and singles. Although the average income per person is
more than the average American, Seattle is one of the most expensive places to live in
the US. 5. Scottsdale, Arizona. The city of about 240,000 is known for excellent
quality of life, as well as tourist appeal. A move to Scottsdale promises abundant amenities,
from vibrant outdoor activities and sports to a thriving downtown and waterfront. In spite of its reputation as a city for retirees,
the city’s school districts are consistently ranked among the top in the state,
including charter and magnet schools, an outstanding community college and proximity to Arizona
State University. The weather is beautiful most of the year. 4. San Diego, California. San Diego is home to a relatively young population
due in part to the area’s ability to attract millennials, with its higher education opportunities
and big-city amenities. Known for its moderate climate and warm, sunny
weather all year long, proximity to famous destinations and activities like the San Diego
Zoo, Balboa Park, gorgeous beaches, and San Diego
Comic Con, it has broad appeal to residents and visitors alike. Living in San Diego is not particularly affordable. Home prices are considerably higher than the
national median sale price and are predicted to increase. 3. Arlington, Virginia. Located across the Potomac River from Washington
D.C., Arlington is a great choice for young professionals who prefer a quick commute over
a more crowded city. The area has several diverse neighborhoods
with excellent schools, food, and shopping. The community is very diverse. A solid public-school system, a healthy population,
ample nightlife venues and accessible public transit. All of this makes Arlington the best place
to live in America. 2. Austin, Texas. Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast, a
foodie or someone who appreciates a stroll, you’ll love being able to call downtown
Austin home. Residents like to escape the urban bustle
with a hike, bicycle ride, jog, kayak or canoe ride in one of more than 250 parks. The weather in Austin is beautiful, but the
heat definitely takes some getting used to. Austin is mainly known for being a tech hub. Due to the large number of tech companies
in the area. Austin’s job growth has been roughly three
times that of New York, more than four times that of San Francisco. 1. Denver, Colorado. Denver is one of the best places to live in
Colorado. Living in Denver offers residents a suburban
feel and most residents own their homes. Many families and young professionals live
in Denver and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Denver are above average. Higher paying jobs are available in Denver
because so many top companies want to be based here. However, that means the competition for a
quality job is that much more intense. Make sure you have a job in hand and some
additional savings before relocating to this highly desirable area.

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100 Replies to “Top 10 Best Cities to Live in the USA in 2019 – Live, Retire and Raise a family”

  1. Scottsdale, Arizona.: A horrible place to live. 160 days a year of 100+ degree weather every day.. Oh, and everyone here is an unfriendly, rude, snobby a**hole!

  2. Seattle wait for me, i'm coming because i'm young and i'm looking for love. how many beautiful single ladies do you have for me. love from France

  3. Any democrat controlled area is horrible!!!!!..All liberals should move to California,Oregon,and Washington. Don’t screw up the rest of the USA with your poisonous policies. They have already started turning Nevada around.

  4. Grand Rapids city, Michigan is number one in so many areas in America-proof and data.

  5. For all the people knocking San Fran.- SF pops up on most best cities to live in. No I do not live in SF, just saying what I have seen. If I had the $$ I would have no problems there. Any major city in USA has the problems that SF has. Yeah, its screwed up, but it is what it is.

  6. Apparently people who spend a lot of time watching videos on Youtube and wishing they lived somewhere else, can't afford to live in the best places to live. The reason those places are so expensive by the way, is that they are the best places to live. But if you can't afford to live there, then they aren't best places for you. So don't go there, or you might end up homeless and pooping on the street in a bad neighborhood.

  7. ha ha ha who made this list up maybe I would consider scottsdale if i could afford but I don;t even think that would be on my list what the heck who did this list is right

  8. 🤣🤣🤣 San Francisco!!!🤣🤣 antifa ridden Portland and Seattle🤣🤣🤣. Change the title to the most miserable places in the country. I see the overwhelming majority of viewers saying the same. Thanks though for reminding me I don’t live in a libtard shithole.

  9. Unfortunately the smells I read here and on NICHE.COM websites people can leave the review of a town or city etc. I read someone's comment about long beach California about strong smells between the streets and GARBAGE build up. Probably won't visit places like Los Angeles county to much negative stuff goes on etc.

  10. Author is totally unfamiliar with field, she tells about.
    This video is simply stupid.
    Author, I wish you to live in San Francisco the rest of your life.

  11. San Francisco?????? Are you KIDDING me??????!!!!! Between Hell and San Francisco, I'd live in Hell and visit San Francisco!!!

  12. SF is great! Just make sure you don’t step on any poo poo or needles that are basically on every corner 😂

  13. You can tell whoever made this was Liberal. Political preference should not be taken into account when making these types of lists.

  14. I live in SF..I'm really trying to locate q place with the least diversity. I have qn in group preference but apparently white people aren't qlliwed to have a country without constantly being call raycisssss. Leave me the f qlone, stop taxing me for your welfare.

  15. I've been to all of these places with the exception to Raleigh. I'll give you my opinions:

    9. San Francisco sucks. The hills suck. Ocean Mist sucks
    8. Ann Arbor, Michigan is ok. I like the nature there. A calm peaceful place for the most part.
    7. Portland, Oregon is nice and clean. I love their super lush plant life in the rural outskirts in the spring. Never seen so much green!
    6. Seattle, Washington is a big ass city that rains too fucking much. Rain rain rain! FUCK!
    5. Scottsdale, Arizona gets dry and hot as fuck and there's no grass. It's a fucking desert!
    4. San Diego, California has beautiful weather and is really nice, but you better be rich or you're moving in the hoods with the Mexicans.
    3. Arlington, Virginia is nice for old people. Overall nice place.
    2. Austin, TX is very unique. I like hippies, so I like Austin. However, law enforcement in TX sucks. Police brutality anyone?
    1. Denver, Colorado is very cool but pricey. It definitely is Liberal, and I hate the government so word! Smoke some legal weed.

    If I was rich and stuck in the U.S., I'd move to Vail, Colorado and be the only nigga snowboarding and kayaking around those rich white folk. Not sure if I'd last though. The white men might hang my black ass for breathing their air, so I'll keep my black ass in New York. Peace Y'all.

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  17. Portland Oregon will not accept my causian husband because I'm a black female but it's ok for a black man and a causian woman interesting huh No thanks

  18. I'd have a hard time disagreeing with any of the choices (i.e. I could see the merit of each). Personally, however, I don't like crowded, expensive cities. Those factors stress me out. So, I would not even think to move to places like Arlington, VA (traffic is ridiculous) and San Francisco…could never afford it. (I'm in Annapolis, MD, expensive enough for me). I'd go somewhere like St. Augustine, FL or Charleston, SC. More affordable and people are nice.

  19. No! Portland Oregon is a SHITHOLE! Not friendly. Dirty. Lots of homeless people. Expensive. Druggies everywhere. Rude people and drivers. Boring. I'm getting the hell out of here!

  20. I live in Portland Oregon honestly it’s not the best place to live I’m only here cause it’s where I grew up but crime is bad and homeless and illegal drugs are horrible and it cost so much to live here.🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️😂

  21. I totally agree with Robert Curry San Francisco is one of the most liberal cities in the U.S. so why would you want to raise your family in a city like that? If your single and you are the type of person that wants no strings attached type of lifestyle then San Francisco might be the place for you. Also, Portland Oregon is a great place for single people and jobs, but not an easy place to meet guys who will commit or who value marriage. Portland, OR is full of strip clubs, bars, aggressive homeless people, certain streets downtown are dirty, needles are often discovered in the downtown Portland Amtrack parking lot, and crime has risen within the last 15 years. I feel bad for one of the main Portland Amtrack bus drivers because of some of the stupid rude homeless people that she has to deal with on a daily basis near the Amtrak station. Some of them will even go so far as to walk right in front of her bus or yell at her from outside for no reason at all before entering the Amtrack station. If you're not used to a lot of homeless people, Portland, OR will be somewhat of a culture shock for you. Unlike some cities like Boston and Connecticut where the homeless population is in a certain part of the city, in Portland, OR the Homeless are everywhere. It's gotten so bad that there are even homeless people sleeping on the campus at Portland State University. One of my family members left Portland, OR to move to San Diego to get away from the ultra-liberal lifestyle because he thought the place would not be a good place for his children so that's saying something. If you do want a more family-friendly place I would recommend Hillsboro, Beaverton, Wilsonville, or Tualatin all four cities are very clean, less crime, and fewer aggressive homeless people that you have to deal with. I personally feel that I could have seen Portland, OR making the list for the top 10 cities to live in 15 years ago, but now, unfortunately, the city plays a different tune now. The great city that it once was is now just another city.

  22. In my opinion, the United States of America is the most popular country in the entire world. It is not necessarily the best but I honestly, I don't know which country is the best in terms of measurements such as economic, social, geographical location, opportunities and etc. And again I certainly believe there are better countries than The US of A but certainly the country is up on the list.

  23. San Francisco-Oakland is the crap city, as NYC, LA, Las Vegas, Orlando, Miami, Honolulu, New Orleans, Detroit, Cleveland, Memphis and Vancouver (Canada).

  24. I laughed when San Francisco was on this list, I don't wanna get beat up for having an opinion, oh wait, that applies to anywhere in california

  25. I think Fairfax Virginia is the best place to live in. Least crime rate and most educated people unlike those in Florida and California

  26. SF has one of the worst homeless problems in the entire country due to its overwhelming liberal democrat policies over the last several decades.

  27. San Francisco the city that liberal democrats destroyed.Where more rights are given to illegals,criminals and the homeless.

  28. San Francisco in the top 10 cities to live in the U. S.? This is nut! SF is known as "poop city" due to the abundance of human feces on the sidewalks, street and in the parks. And that's just for starters. Whoever created this ridiculous video is just like San Francisco – full of crap.

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