Four SEC cities rank among 'Best Places To Live' list, Fayetteville repeats as top SEC city
Looking for a nice place to live? According to U.S. News & World Report, there may not be a better place to settle in SEC country outside of Fayetteville, Ark. The home of the Razorbacks ranks not only as the highest SEC territory on the list but as the No. 5 overall city in the country.
Fayetteville was listed as the top SEC city on this list for 2016, as well.
To be included in this list, each city had to rank in the top 100 most populous U.S. metropolitan areas and the evaluations were based on its value, desirability, job market strength, quality of life and other factors.
The 2017 U.S. News & World Report favored Fayetteville’s strengths: The job market index accounted for 20 percent, value index at 25 percent, quality of life index at 30 percent, desirability at 15 percent and net migration at 10 percent.
The entire U.S. News & World Report can be found here:
#5 Fayetteville, AR
#14 Nashville, TN
#15 Charlotte, NC *home of the SEC Network
#50 Atlanta, GA *home of the SEC Championship Game
#56 Columbia, SC
#61 Knoxville, TN
Which SEC city do you believe to be the best?