HOUSTON - JANUARY 29: A general view of downtown Houston, Texas as it is preped to host Super Bowl XXXVIII between the New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers January 29, 2004 in Houston, Texas.

What’s better than one New Jersey town making the list? Three! According to Money.com, New Jersey is where you want to be if you’re considering to relocate.

The first New Jersey town to make the list is Jersey City. On the “50 Best Places To Live In The U.S.” list, Jersey City comes in at No. 10. The second-largest city in New Jersey behind Newark is also the most ethnically diverse in the nation. Jersey City gives you the best of both worlds living in the Garden State as its close proximity to New York attracts most newcomers to the city. It is often referred to as New York’s sixth borough. According to Money.com, Jersey City has a population of 283,496, a median household income of $92,183, a median home price of $605,831 and an unemployment rate of 3.9%.

Behind Jersey City is Bergen County’s Fort Lee. Fort Lee placed No. 14 on the “50 Best Places To Live In The U.S.” list. The website lists that Fort Lee prides itself in having a “thriving Korean population as 42% of residents identify as Asian and have hundreds of Korean restaurants and shops.” When visiting the small New Jersey suburban town, be sure to check out the Korean bookstores, grocery stores, beauty supply stores, and karaoke bars. According to Money.com, Fort Lee has a population of 39,034, a median household income of $92,282, a median home price of $450,568, and an unemployment rate of 3.5%.

Last but not least, is Morristown, New Jersey. Morristown, New Jersey is located in Morris County and approximately 30 miles from New York City. The town has great activities for nature lovers such as the Pyramid Mountain Natural Historic Area and Tripod Rock where hikers can enjoy the New York City skyline after their trek. According to Money.com, Morristown has a population of 20,831, a median household income of $114,411, a median home price of $649,000, and an unemployment rate of 2.9%.

Take a look at the nine other towns and cities that made the top 10 below:

  • 9. Tampa, Florida

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    Discover Tampa Bay for your next Florida vacation. Book a hotel, find a restaurant, or explore things to do with Visit Tampa Bay as your official guide.

    Fact Sheet

    Population: 379,742
    Median Household Income: $70,145
    Median Home Price: $381,352
    Unemployment Rate: 2.7%

  • 8. Ann Arbor, Michigan

    Destination Ann Arbor | Visit Ann Arbor, MI

    Destination Ann Arbor promotes the Ann Arbor area as a destination of choice for travelers. Get inspired to make Ann Arbor your next adventure!

    Fact Sheet

    Population: 122,004
    Median Household Income: $85,772
    Median Home Price: $398,393
    Unemployment Rate: 4%

  • 7. Somerville, Massachusetts

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    Join us to celebrate Somerville's open spaces, engage with the City outside of formal meetings, and of course - enjoy some pizza. The City of Somerville's New Small Business Vitality Grant offers up to 12 months of rental support for physical storefronts, with a maximum of $50,000.

    Fact Sheet

    Population: 80,884
    Median Household Income: $104,613
    Median Home Price: $818,437
    Unemployment Rate: 2.8%

  • 6. Columbia, Maryland

    Explore Columbia

    What makes Columbia a great place to live? The No. 1 Small City to Live In ~Money Magazine Many people choose to live in Columbia because of its central location between the cities of Baltimore and Washington, DC and easy access to three international airports via a number of major roadways.

    Fact Sheet

    Population: 105,987
    Median Household Income: $119,845
    Median Home Price: $395,602
    Unemployment Rate: 3.4%

  • 5. Rogers Park (Chicago), Illinois

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    Learn more about Rogers Park in Chicago! Rogers Park has a lot to offer, from restaurants to nightlife. Discover the history behind Rogers Park here!

    Fact Sheet

    Population: 55,283
    Median Household Income: $46,054
    Median Home Price: $200,000
    Unemployment Rate: 5.4%

  • 4. Raleigh, North Carolina

    Visit Raleigh, N.C. | Official Visitor Information

    Plan your trip to Raleigh. Find hotels, events, restaurants and things to do in Raleigh from the official visitors bureau.

    Fact Sheet

    Population: 460, 673
    Median Household Income: $78,858
    Median Home Price: $411,400
    Unemployment Rate: 3%

  • 3. Kirkland, Washington

    Explore Kirkland | Hotels, Restaurants & Local Attractions

    Explore KirKland's exciting events, can't-miss restaurants, and the best places to stay during your trip.

    Fact Sheet

    Population: 90,472
    Median Household Income: $128,775
    Median Home Price: $1,269,489
    Unemployment Rate: 2.9%

  • 2. Tempe, Arizona

    Tempe Tourism Office | Welcome to Tempe, Arizona

    Planning a trip to Tempe? Get an insider scoop on the best restaurants, hotels, attractions, and things to do-all in one place.

    Fact Sheet

    Population: 187,714
    Median Household Income: $66,876
    Median Home Price: $472,344
    Unemployment Rate: 3.3%

  • 1. Atlanta, Georgia

    Official Atlanta Guide for Travelers and Locals | Discover Atlanta

    Explore things to do in Atlanta, popular attractions, events, restaurants & nearby hotels to help plan your trip or weekend in Atlanta.

    Fact Sheet

    Population: 487,560
    Median Household Income: $82,859
    Median Home Price: $394,492
    Unemployment Rate: 3.1%

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