The Big Peach, which came in fourth, has fewer than 500,000 people, but six million residents live in the metro area.
“Here you’ll find a diverse population and many pleasant neighborhoods,” the website said. “A strong startup culture and many Fortune 500 companies mean millennials can find steady job growth and plenty of professional opportunities. With a median home price currently just a little higher than the national median, Atlanta is one of the more affordable cities on our list.”
In May, local home prices increased, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported, with a median price of $363,000.
The National Association of Realtors report showed that millennials 29 and younger purchased homes with an average price of $206,300, while those from age 30 to 39 bought a home for an average of $282,000.