The website WalletHub looked at the 62 biggest cities in the country, and ranked the best places to live in 2016. And if you want to live in their number one pick, hopefully you’re willing to sell your kidneys to pay rent.
Because the best city to live in is . . . San Francisco. Apparently all its good qualities made up for its insane housing prices.
The rankings were based on things like the best places for families, diversity, parks, education, traffic, overall health rates, the job market, weather, taxes, and home and rent prices.
The rest of the top 10 after San Francisco are:
Seattle . . . Raleigh, North Carolina . . . Colorado Springs, Colorado . . . Denver . . . San Jose, California . . . Austin, Texas . . . San Diego, California . . . Minneapolis, Minnesota . . . and Washington D.C.
On the other end, the worst big city to live in is Detroit. The rest of the 10 worst big cities to live in are:
Memphis . . . Cleveland . . . Fresno, California . . . Philadelphia . . . Baltimore . . . Indianapolis . . . New Orleans . . . Riverside, California . . . and Chicago. (WalletHub)