Yes. Here's a great explanation by Shady_arc:
"The final position by default puts emphasis on the adverb. Usually you do not want to do it for words like "here" or "now" (and many other adverbs of time and manner of action—it is technically possible but native speakers tend to put them before the verb, unless there is a reason).
However, in this particular sentence making "здесь" the new, important information is justified. So you can use either position."
You can put stress whatever you like and change position of words. And intonation you use can be different. You can say as in your example with a negative, you can use normal intonation, as: "Yes, i live here", you can be happy, you can use sad intonation "I live here..."(meaning I leave in that peace of shit)...also you can change words position and...also can use different pronaunsation (depends on situation) - "Я здесь живу", "Я живу здесь", "здесь я живу", "живу я здесь", "здесь живу я"...well, in Russian language we usualy have no strict word order