INDIANAPOLIS - Several of Indianapolis' northern suburbs are among the 10 best places to live in Indiana, according to a real estate company's analysis of amenities, crime and other factors.
Movoto analyzed all cities in Indiana with a population of 10,000 or greater to come up with the list.
Of the top 10, seven cities are in central Indiana, with Carmel at No. 1, followed by Fishers at No. 2, Zionsville in 3rd place and Noblesville at No. 4.
The top 10 also includes Westfield, Columbus and Greenwood.
In all, Movoto's ranking included 76 Indiana cities and factored in quality of life measurements, tax rates, unemployment, commute time and temperature.
Three other central Indiana cities -- Connersville, New Castle and Martinsville -- ranked in the bottom three in the state.
See full rankings and criteria: http://www.movoto.com/blog/top-ten/best-places-in-indiana/
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