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Syracuse, New York has landed on several “best” lists, such as the “32nd Best Place to Live,” out of 354 metropolitan areas in the U.S and Canada, according to the Places Rated Almanac. It was also chosen as one of the “Top Ten Small Cities to Raise a Child,” according to Parenting Magazine. The magazine searched cities that boasted good schools, affordable housing, a healthy economy, low crime rate and a clean environment. Speaking of affordable housing, Syracuse also ranked as the “5th Most Affordable Housing Market in the Northeast,” and “26th Most Affordable in the Country,” according to the National Association of Home Builders Opportunity Index. Not bad for a city that is just five hours from nearly every major eastern metropolitan area, such as New York City, Boston, Toronto and Philadelphia. Syracuse offers a wide variety of quality housing. Historic estates, a contemporary track home, waterfront condominium, modern apartment or townhouse, or a country home tucked in the woods. The average selling prices of single family homes in Syracuse runs $80,478 to $165,000 for a 4 bedroom home, $58,106 to $91, 412 for a 3 bedroom, $38,535 to $57,517 for 2 bedrooms, and a 2 bedroom condominium averages between $107,000 to $136,000.

There are four central New York colleges and universities near Syracuse that made the annual survey of the nation’s best institutions of higher learning. Le Moyne College ranks as one of the “Best Buys in Colleges,” according to Money Magazine. The reports are based on reputation, faculty resources, financial resources, retention and alumni giving. Syracuse also has world-renowned healthcare services. More than 1,400 practicing physicians and healthcare providers, representing every medical specialty, serve the Syracuse area. Syracuse’s quality healthcare and efficient operations has led to the city having one of the lowest hospitalization rates in the U.S. Employment in Syracuse has remained stable and was named one of the nation’s top 50 cities for business expansion and relocation according to Expansion Management Magazine. Syracuse has an international presence as one of only 14 cities globally that is a member of the Sesame Network, an important international business organization whose purpose is to promote economic and cultural cooperation worldwide. It is no wonder that Syracuse residents take pride in their city, with so much to offer, it maintains a quality of life that many families seek out in this day and age of soaring home prices and overcrowded cities. Residents in Syracuse can enjoy an affordable way of life that includes an abundance of natural resources. Outdoor recreation in beautiful city, county and state parks, cultural amenities and historic sites, great schools and health care and many other quality services that are usually found only in the larger, major metropolitan areas of the country are here in Syracuse. In short, Syracuse is a safe, affordable, convenient, beautiful city to raise a family, set up a new business, or retire.


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