Is Wisconsin a friendly state?

Is Wisconsin a friendly state?

WISCONSIN — Wisconsin has been named 2019’s 6th best state to live in, according to a new report. The report by WalletHub found compared all 50 states across 51 key indicators of livability, including housing costs, income growth, and quality of hospitals.

Is Wisconsin a great place to live?

MILWAUKEE — Wisconsin is a great place to live, but these three cities happen to be some of the best in the country. According to a study, Eau Claire, Appleton and Madison all rank in the top-100 best places to live. Eau Claire, Wis. comes in at number 81 on the list.

Why is Wisconsin a good place to live?

The state capitol and home to the flagship University of Wisconsin, the city is a unique mix of politics and academics. It’s consistently rated as one of the best college towns in the country and that youthful energy attracts young professionals to the area post-grad.

Where is the best place to live in Wisconsin?

Come to Wisconsin. 2. Madison is consistently ranked one of the best places to live in the country. Since 2014 Madison has scored a coveted spot on our Top 100 Best Places to Live list. The state capitol and home to the flagship University of Wisconsin, the city is a unique mix of politics and academics.

Is it easy to find a home in Wisconsin?

Finding a place to live is easy. But finding a home takes so much more. From the fittest city in America to the Waterpark Capital of the World, Wisconsin’s distinct regions come together to form a state that offers a home with more experiences and more life to be lived.

What do you need to know about living in Wisconsin?

It takes a unique sort of person to take to living in Wisconsin. Once you get used to it, you wonder why you hadn’t come here earlier, but it’s understandable that newbies might find themselves a little off-kilter when they first change their address. We’re a special brood up here in the Tundra and life as a ‘Sconnie takes a little adjusting.

How much does it cost to live in Wisconsin?

Housing costs are well below the national average. Housing costs in Wisconsin are extremely affordable and nearly 15% below the national average. puts Wisconsin rents at $200-$500 less than comparable homes/apartments in other cities. Housing costs drop significantly in the central and northern parts of the state.

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