When it comes to places to live, bigger isn’t always better. For many Americans, things like noise, traffic and a high cost-of-living are reason enough to seek out life on a smaller scale; which begs the question, “If not here, then where?”
Try Noblesville, Indiana. This small city of roughly 55,000 was recently ranked the 4th best small city to move to according to a recent survey, which was released by a top real estate research blog  with 30 offices across the country.
Noblesville came in just behind Rowlett, Texas; Idaho Falls, Idaho; and Cedar Park, Texas.
Demographic and other data were collected from 100 cities across the U.S., each with a population below 60,000. These data were then analyzed against 6 criteria that included median cost of living, home price, median household income, unemployment rate, crime rate and homes for sale per capita.
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