Where should I live, if I want...?

I am looking for the best place to relocate a young family, and want your opinions. Here is what I am looking for... U.S. only We prefer warm weather, to mild winters Good education elementary on up to high school Good job market- professional Low crime rates Nice entertainment choices, nearby small to medium sized town/city OR specific area of larger city that offers small town attributes Better than average standard of living - low cost housing, food, insurance, taxes, utilities, etc... Friendly, easy to meet people What's your opinion, and why?

Asked By: walkinandrockin - 11/27/2007
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Naperville is a city in DuPage and Will counties in Illinois in the United States, voted the second best place to live in the United States by Money Magazine in 2006. Naperville is made up of mixed high-value and median value residential housing, along with a good deal of industrial and multiuse business areas. A... More
Answered By: huybert07 - 11/27/2007
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Simi Valley, California. I have lived here my whole life and I plan on staying in the area if not the city for the rest of it.
Answered By: ftballtwenty1 - 11/27/2007
Ahwatukee Arizona. Good weather very peaceful area. I was able to live there for a little over a year. I loved every minute of it. Great place to grow, because that city is growing at a high rate compared to US average.
Answered By: Jordan Ryan S - 11/27/2007
The best city I've travelled to,that meets 9/10 of your pre-requisites is Bend, OR... More
Answered By: Sgt. Pepper - 11/27/2007
Answered By: amodio - 11/27/2007
Panama City, Florida. They job market is huge, the weather is awsome in the winter, a few cooler days, but mostly warm. The people there are just awsome, friendly and welcoming, schools are excellent, not sure of the crime rate, but don;t hear about alot of crime, tons and tons of entertainment, and housing costs are... More
Answered By: dannah1129 - 11/27/2007
Houston, TX. Or one of the outer areas, such as Katy, Sugarland or Clear Lake... More
Answered By: Meghan B - 11/27/2007
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