Monday, July 13, 2009

Money Magazine : Best Places to Live 2009


Everyone is looking for a safe, affordable home and best place to live. Money Magazine has just published 2009 issue for Best Places to Live. They focus more on small towns with population lower than 20,000. In their survey they found out the best places to live year 2009 considering the good economy and low crime rate as Money Magazine discovered. The top 3 are 1. Louisville, Colorado 2. Chanhassen, Minnesota 3. Papillion, Nebraska.Lousville top one because it has so many employers in the area as well.

2 comments:

Robin@abalancedlife said...

Hey Cindy. After reading your post I had to look up more information on Lousiville, CO. It seems like a perfect place to live....too bad it's sooo far from the east coast :)

Cidy said...

Hi Robin! That's ok, for sure there are some places near east coast also nice to live just like Lousiville..=)

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