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Fayetteville Recognized as a Top 100 Place to Live


RelocateAmerica has published its "TOP100 Places to Live" report in its 14th annual listing of the top communities in the United States. Fayetteville is in the overall Top100 and is in the final running to be recognized as a Top10 overall community.  The Top10 designation will be based on input from communities.

"We are looking for a strong show of support among local residents, community and business leaders as the TOP10 breakout category winners are now determined through a special nomination process" said Steve Nickerson, President of RelocateAmerica, "Community pride is a good indicator of great leadership and a mark of a great place to live, work and play." 

The voting for the Top10 Breakout list is new for this year's list. Its part of a year-long initiative to give the local residents and leaders direct input about how their town rates in various breakout categories.  Released throughout the upcoming year will be six different breakout categories that range from the top areas for education to the top areas for recreation and several other categories of interest to consumers. 

The first TOP10 breakout list will be determined by input gathered on the website starting on June 16th and running to July 31, 2011. The results of the first break out lists will be released on August 2, 2012. To participate, you can go to and state why Fayetteville should win.

The 2011 List along with archives of previous years' winners can be viewed by visiting  RelocateAmerica�� offers relocating consumers a directory of over 6,000 community profiles to research and review useful information about the local housing market, the culture of each community, activities and local businesses. Featuring community specific relocation resources and links to knowledgeable local services to assist with an upcoming relocation.  The list is based on review of various data gathered for economic, employment, housing, education, industry, opportunity, environment and recreation along with feedback from area leaders and residents.