Samuel Straunch Gives Insight Regarding the Best Suburban Areas to Live in the U.S

Urban life is loved and desired by many people today. Residing near your workplace and having full access to recreational facilities is a dream come true. But in the recent past, home prices have been soaring high, making life in the city a bit strenuous for most people. It is for this reason that Samuel Straunch, a real estate expert, decided to give alternative areas where one can reside and still enjoy the full benefits that come with the big city.

Northeast Denver is just minutes away from Denver, Colorado and has an average house price of $270000, a fair price for many people. Wylie is an alternative place of residence for those seeking to stay in Dallas. The location has an average home price which is 26 percent lower than in Texas. Dublin is becoming a common residential area located on the outskirts of San Francisco with 22 percent lower median home price. Daffan is a great alternative for Austin, where home buyers can save up to 33 percent. Palm River- Clair Mel is a great alternative for Tampa. Also, most families will prefer Vista East to Orlando.

If you thought that you could not afford a home in Miami, here is some great news for you! You can still have access and enjoy high-life by settling in Cutler Bay. If you find the home prices at San Jones not affordable, grab the residential houses at Milpitas, and you will enjoy every bit of it!

About Samuel Straunch

Samuel Straunch is a well know real estate expert with over 15 years of experience in the field. Samuel Straunch is currently based in South Florida. He is the founder and principal of Metrik Real Estate, a company that runs Equity and Development, Brokerage and Management operating systems in both Florida and Latin America. Before joining the real estate world, Samuel Straunch worked as a banker.

Samuel Straunch holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Hofstra University. He also graduated from Erasmus University in Rotterdam. Samuel also studied Business at Harvard University.

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