#1 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Town in Arkansas
Current Resident: I love the small town feel of this suburb of Bentonville and Fayetteville. I have lived here for about 10 years and Cave Springs Coffee Co is the best coffee shop in Northwest Arkansas.
- 3,320 Population
#3 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Suburb of Indianapolis, IN
Current Resident: Fishers is a very family oriented community with phenomenal schools. My children are able to play outside without too much concern for their safety (outside of the normal concerns of traffic, etc.) Everything we need is within close proximity, i.e. grocery, library. Traffic can often be difficult, but those problems are being remedied currently. We love Fishers!
- 87,557 Population
#4 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Suburb of St. Louis, MO
Current Resident: Glendale is the most amazing place to live. Everyone takes care of each other, the schools are phenomenal, and it is the best "small town" feel in a big city. We love raising our three children here and couldn't imagine a better place to live!
- 5,919 Population
#5 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Town in Indiana
Current Resident: Carmel is probably one of the best places in America you could hope to raise a family and have a good childhood in, it has got some of the best ranked school systems in the nation and the community is beyond friendly. I love that its not too big that it's overwhelming, but at the same time not small enough that someone could call it uninteresting!
- 88,595 Population
#6 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Suburb of Des Moines, IA
Current Resident: We moved from Washington DC metro to Waukee 5 years ago and we love it!
Our kids are in the best school district in Iowa, great family, safe and friendly neighborhood, we attend the Waukee YMCA and Hope Lutheran's Church, Beyond the Bell before/ after school & summer camps that are very affordable compare to the East Coast.
The only thing missing is the beach!...but for now, we plan to stay here until our kids graduate from High school.
- 17,980 Population
#7 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Town in New Mexico
Former Resident: Los Alamos is in a remote but idyllic ponderosa pine setting atop 5 mesas (7,500 ft elevation) overlooking the Rio Grande valley. It is a town of cultural diversity being the home to scientists from all over the world, yet encircled by Native American land. It is a wonderful place for raising a family...safe environment...good school system...lots of free activities designed for young families. There are many trails to hike, parks to explore, playgrounds to enjoy, museums and nature center activities to enlighten. There is a golf course, an aquacenter and ski slopes at hand. If you like to perform musically or theatrically there are various organizations which provide plenty of opportunities. There is an arts center with a shop to display ones creations. There is a large public library that is well supported by its highly educated community members. We lived in Los Alamos for 12 years...it was a privilege to have been able to do so.
- 12,035 Population
#8 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Town in New Mexico
Niche User: I came here 20 years ago, thinking we'd be here about 3 years, but it's been a great place to raise a family, and now we've moved our retired parents and other family members into the community! The altitude can be tough for those coming from sea level, but other than that it's a fantastic place. Concerts every Friday night (free) at local parks, parades, art events, a craft brewing cooperative, great neighbors, trails, skiing, it's a super area and it's welcoming and visually appealing. It helps that it has a great climate and good schools, too.
- 5,878 Population
#9 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Town in Indiana
Current Resident: In Huntertown there is always an air of community and togetherness. I have lived all over Indiana, and I would say that that Huntertown has the best atmosphere and quality about it. For example, the churches are very welcoming and accepting of all people and are very open-minded about most ideas.
However I would like to see more availability of work and volunteer organizations in Huntertown. If someone lives further into Huntertown then they have to travel to Fort Wayne to find this availability. I would like to see it be in our own town as well.
- 6,857 Population
#10 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Town in Iowa
Current Resident: Excellent. The down town is beautiful. Lots of fun shops and restaurants. Baseball fields and a rec center are open to the public. Has some parks and a skate park. However, there needs to be more sidewalks in the city so children and families can be safe while riding their bikes or walking around the neighborhood.
- 3,940 Population
#11 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Town in Alabama
Current Resident: I have lived in the Huntsville / Madison, Alabama area for my entire life. I moved for three years because my husband was in the military. I didn't fully appreciate the beauty, affordability, safety, education, and work opportunities Huntsville / Madison offers until I had the opportunity to spend time in other parts of the United States. Nothing compares!
- 47,079 Population
#13 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Suburb of Indianapolis, IN
Current Resident: I have live in McCordsville for 17 years and it a great place to start a family, retire, and live a stress free life. McCordsville is 25 minutes from downtown Indianapolis. The school are great and the housing market is awesome. Homes range from 150's to the millions. My daughter attended Mount Vernon Schools and post high school graduated from Purdue this past May 2017. The community is safe and the Town of McCordsville are friendly. The Town of McCordsville connects to Noblesville, Fishers, Geist, Lawrence, and Indianapolis. Hamilton Town Center is a outside mall that most residents use. Restaurants are amazing, groceries stores are safe and clean, bars are safe, and open access the the Geist for boating and fishing.
- 6,116 Population
#14 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Town in Arkansas
Current Resident: This is a great growing city for families! Lots to do, outside and inside, fantastic restaurants, museums, bike trails and a wonderful little downtown square! People are friendly and helpful, it's home to Walmart HQ, so lots of jobs available, affordable housing as well.
- 44,601 Population
#15 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Suburb of New York City, NY
Current Resident: Living in Chappaqua is really comfortable because of several reasons. First environment surrounding the city is so amazing in terms of lots of trees and flowers; namely, it is so beautiful to live in. Not a lot of cars and vehicles is another comfortable to live in. I live in near train station, so it is perfect to commute to go anywhere. However, I would like to say one thing we have to consider for our living condition. Because of so many trees we have, sometimes it is problematic. For example, several days ago, there was an accident related to falling a big, giant tree across the road. Therefore, we have to indeed think about old and big trees next to the roads to prevent from big accidents.
- 1,298 Population
#16 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Suburb of Dayton, OH
Niche User: I think the city I live in has great safety, and not only because of the police force but also the community. We all seem to come together when something tragic happens and are very supportive.
- 1,830 Population
#17 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Suburb of Louisville, KY
Current Resident: With small businesses, great surrounding schools and a strong well-knit community, Crestwood is a prime destination for families of all shapes and sizes. I was born and raised in Crestwood and I have attended all 12 years of my schooling in Oldham County Schools here in Crestwood and I believe that the loving and attentive community is the reason for my success. My parents raised me right with good morals and the surrounding community only emphasized those beliefs and I was taken care of by kind and caring educators and role models as I was first exposed to the real world in school and in sports. Crestwood has served as my dwelling place for the first 18 years of my life and it has helped shape me into the fine young man that I am today. With real personalized relationships, beautiful small town scenery, and successful small businesses, there is much to love about Crestwood.
- 4,840 Population
#20 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Suburb of Cincinnati, OH
Niche User: Where I lived, the people were really kind and generous and so very welcoming when my family moved in. The school district was rated excellent every year by the state and I didn't see it changing any time soon. My high school, Turpin High School, won the silver award for being one of the highest ranked schools in the nation. Children definitely receive a high quality of education in a safe and inviting environment. There was also very many choices for entertainment and fun things to do. My family personally loved to go to the Reds games and I loved to go to Newport and look around and visit the aquarium. There were many safe and beautiful parks and many fun school events. There were also many opportunities to give back to the community and serve others which I absolutely loved. I am very grateful that I grew up in Anderson township. I always felt safe and at home and happy. I received an excellent education that is helping me now through college. I would do it all over and move to Anderson with my family if I got the chance. The future only looks brighter.
- 3,424 Population
#24 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Suburb of Baton Rouge, LA
Current Resident: I love Prairieville, it is a lovely little town with everything you need. Fast food to nice restaurants, corner stores to malls, Prairieville is big enough to cover everything without becoming overwhelming, and it's growing every day!
- 30,536 Population
#25 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in America
- Town in Ohio
Current Resident: Perrysburg is a growing community with that "small town" feel. It is the most wonderful place to grow up, I know this because I grew up here, and I loved every minute of it! Everyone is friendly and there is a very strong sense of community. This town is rich with history and is desirable for people of all ages. With a beautiful, riverfront downtown and old historic homes, Perrysburg is packed with charm. On the other hand, it is rapidly expanding and adding new subdivisions perfect for young families to grow in a great community. I would recommend this town for anyone, but once you come you will never want to leave!
- 21,327 Population
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