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I moved to Auburn about four years ago to attend Auburn University. At first, I was overwhelmed by the number of people that resided here, but the population has no affect on the friendliness of its people. Everyone smiles to each other as they walk past and the school spirit is high. The cost of living is reasonable, besides housing. There isn't enough housing as of now for everyone, but there is tons of it being built now! Auburn is growing more every day and offering better apartments, restaurants, and bars. The commute time is nice, but on game days it's pretty hectic wherever you go, so plan on searching for a parking spot for an hour and a half. If you can't find a job within the town, there is always a place in the University, which brings in a lot of international students and creates diversity. There is a great mix of just about everything and I would't change a thing if I could.
I was born in Auburn,Alabama in the year of 1998. Auburn is most famous for its university, Auburn University, which was founded in 1856. At the university, they have the stupendous football team, the Auburn Tigers. Auburn is an all-around town with such a diversity. Auburn is a place where you can raise a wonderful family. Auburn has wonderful houses and jobs! Other than having a high rate in the work forces and real estate, Auburn has an outstanding school system containing 11 schools! Auburn is most definitely a place where you can fulfill and build a legacy!
Love Auburn! Great town to live in and raise a family. The cost of living is a little higher, comparatively speaking of other small towns in Alabama, but worth the money in order to be a part of a family, such as the town of Auburn. My daughter is staying in Auburn to go to Auburn University, which makes me happy as well.