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Huntsville 2nd Best Place to Live 2023-2024

The U.S. News & World Report’s ‘Best Places to Live in the U.S. 2023-2024’ rankings are back out.  Huntsville is number two this year after being ranked first last year, with Green Bay, Wisconsin coming in at number one spot. Before you decide to make the move and jump on our website to get your instant cash offer or home valuation report, let's break down the comparison of the two cities in three key areas; sports, cost of living, and things to do in the area.

Sports | Huntsville vs. Green Bay

Green Bay obviously has a huge edge with having an NFL team with the Green Bay Packers. They also have a local hockey team, the Green Bay Gamblers hockey team, as well as local college athletics. Now,…

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Huntsville, Alabama Traffic | Exploring North Alabama's Roadways

North Alabama is experiencing growth like never before, and more residents often means more traffic. You don’t have to succumb to sitting in traffic though; You just need to familiarize yourself with the major roadways in the Huntsville and Madison area and then plan your outings accordingly. Erica DeSpain from All Things Madison joins Matt Curtis to provide information about the major roadways in the Huntsville and Madison area, as well as traffic patterns and tips to navigate around the area. We'll look at I-565, Redstone Arsenal, Research Park Boulevard, Highway 72, and Madison's major roadways as well as providing insights into the traffic patterns of each of these routes,…

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Huntsville Receives Top Credit Rating

Once again, the city of Huntsville, Alabama has achieved a Triple-A credit rating from both Moody’s and S&P Global Ratings. That's right, Triple-A!

Now, you may be thinking, what's the big deal about a credit rating? Well, a Triple-A credit rating means that Huntsville is considered to be of the “highest quality, with minimal risk” and reflects the City’s ability and willingness to meet their financial obligations. This is a significant accomplishment, as the average for municipalities is AA, and compared to the corporate world, it's BA.

What's even better is that this Triple-A rating means that the city of Huntsville has the lowest interest rate possible. Out of all the cities in Alabama, only three have…

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