Daily Money - Money's Best Places to Live 2021

And the best place to live is...
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It feels like the world has known about Chanhassen, Minnesota, for a while. Well, if you’re a Prince fan, anyway. The late pop star set up his famed Paisley Park studio in Chanhassen in the mid-’80s, and it became the stuff of music legends, alongside iconic spots like Sun Studios in Memphis and Muscle Shoals in Alabama.

Money has a different point of view on Chanhassen these days: It’s earned the top spot on our 35th annual Best Places to Live list. We spent the last several months crunching thousands of data points to find the 50 best places to live in America right now. 

Chanhassen stood out because of its economic opportunity, job growth and vibrant connection to the outdoors. Check out our in-depth story about why Chanhassen’s our No. 1 pick, and here to see Money’s full list of 50. Maybe your hometown is on there!

Money’s 2021-2022 Best Places to Live list is brought to you in part by our sponsor Better, the online mortgage company that promises “an easier way to buy, sell or refi your home.” If you’re looking for a new company to service your mortgage needs, with zero commissions and lender fees, check them out.

Sincerely, 

Mike Ayers
Executive Editor
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