Report: Johns Creek the 4th least stressful place for buying a house

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If the idea of buying a new house sounds stressful, perhaps you should consider Johns Creek.

An analysis from HouseFresh has found the Fulton County city is among the least stressful places for homebuying.

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To evaluate the stress levels for buying in each U.S. city, the team used TensiStrength. This tool evaluates the rates of strength and relaxation in social media texts. For this analysis, property-themed tweets were assessed.

“We built a list of terms related to moving house and pulled US tweets using Twitter API,” HouseFresh explained in its methodology. “We used the language analysis tool TensiStrength to classify if a tweet was stressed or not, and calculated the proportion of stressed tweets for every city, ranking the results to reveal the top ten least stressful.”

It turns out that Johns Creek is among the places in the country where you can move with the least amount of stress. It came in at No. 4 behind Chantilly, Virginia; Rockwall, Texas; and Doral, Florida, respectively.

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Homeowners moving to Johns Creek will likely enjoy themselves in their new home.

Niche placed the Atlanta suburb at No. 3 on its list of the best suburbs to live in Georgia. It also landed at No. 3 on the website’s lists for best places to raise a family in Georgia and best suburb to raise a family in Georgia.

The state’s 10th largest city features nationally ranked schools, communities for golf, tennis and swimming and a 25% international population. There are also more than 300 acres of parks and recreation and annual arts and culture events.

The city is home to 13 miles of Chattahoochee Riverfront, where residents can go kayaking, canoeing and fishing, according to the official website.

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