LOS ANGELES – Families seeking to settle California must consider a variety of factors when looking for the right city – from top schools to low crime rates, there are several things that are taken into consideration.
According to luck, tustin ranked #12 overall due to a number of factors including a good range of job, school and entertainment opportunities, as well as its easy access to Los Angeles and the coastline. The diverse city offers “reasonably priced” homes by Orange County standards, as well as other family benefits like landscape, museums, galleries and several quality magnetic schools. The city offers parks, plenty of trails and endless opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts, according to the study.
A little further south, San Marcos in San Diego County ranked 20th overall. With a population of nearly 94,000, the city offers award-winning, planned communities, a year-round mild climate, as well as quality medical care, an efficient public transit system, and the San Marcos Unified School District. , the highest ranked. All of these factors have led Fortune to consider San Marcos “one of the fastest growing cities in San Diego County.”
“People have moved to towns within driving distance of big cities – close enough to all the benefits of a cultural and economic hub, but more affordable and with stronger community ties, according to an analysis by the CBRE group, ” the cited study.
Fortune found that communities in the West, Midwest, and Mid-Atlantic were more likely to have better access to quality hospitals and doctors, public schools, and support for older residents compared to to southeastern communities, and at more affordable rates than most coastal areas. subways like New York and Los Angeles.
Fortune assessed approximately 2,000 cities and towns with between 25,000 and 750,000 residents in the 50 states of the WE to determine the best places to live for families in this category. The data was provided by Caring.comCVS, Healthgrades, Sharecare and Witlytic.
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