At any given time, there could be hundreds of lovely houses for sale in College Station and Bryan, TX, making it hard for you to choose and make a final decision. When you ask leading real estate experts in the Bryan-College Station metropolitan area to give you a dozen reasons why living in their city is awesome, they may only need one great reason to convince you—Bryan-College Station ranks third among the best cities to live.
A news report from The Eagle written by Brooke Conrad provides the following details,
Bryan-College Station has neared the top of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance’s 2013 list of “10 Great Places to Live.” The two cities were ranked third by the business and finance publication […]
Marc Wojno, senior associate editor for Kiplinger’s, said he visited the twin cities for a couple of days and found that he “connected quickly” to the culture.
“We’ve been doing this list for well over 10 years and have a different theme every year,” Wojno said. “This year we focused on small cities that have it all.”
Wojno said the list was compiled from a number of cities that have less than one million residents and was narrowed down after economic growth, job growth, wages, education, affordable housing, health care and cultural and natural amenities were considered.
College Station Mayor Nancy Berry said she’s excited, but not at all surprised, that Bryan-College Station was ranked highly.
Hence, should you decide to invest on affordable homes for sale in College Station, TX, you’re about to live in a place with excellent hospitals, low crime rate, an exemplary public school system, and an inexpensive cost of living.
Fortunately, when it comes to real estate, established companies like the Traditions Realty Team have a wide range of properties for you to choose from. Their listings include single-family homes, condos, townhouses, and luxury homes, to name a few.
To make things even more convenient for potential buyers, the majority of real estate websites have search tools that can help narrow down searches by price, property type, number of bedrooms and baths, and specific features (e.g. garage, pool, carport, etc.). Whether you’re planning to raise a family, or you simply want to enjoy your golden years, Bryan-College Station can definitely be your new home.
(Article Excerpt and Image from Bryan-College Station named third best city to live, The Eagle, July 26, 2013)