Two spots in Chicagoland have been named the best places to live in the United States!
At the top of the list is Atlanta, Georgia. Money reports it is because of the number of opportunities the city can offer students, families, and those seeking employment.
In addition, Atlanta's housing costs are lower than more than half of the other cities and towns on Money's list. The current median price listing for a house is $428,000 — and the U.S. average is $435,000.
Number 2: Tempe, Arizona
Number 3: Kirland, Washington
Number 4: Raleigh, North Carolina
Here's where Chicago comes in to play. The neighborhood of Rogers Park ranks fifth on the list. Money reports the reason for its listing is because of its "metropolitan feel and strong sense of community."
Skipping a little farther down the list to the number 16 spot is where Naperville, Illinois, ranks. Money reports that Naperville has been named the "best place to be a kid by the U.S. Census Bureau," as well as the "best place to raise a family by the education site Niche and one of AARP's top town towns for seniors."
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