These 12 U.S. Towns Will Transport You to Another Country

Who wants to Road Trip with me?? A Visit to One of These 12 U.S. Towns Will Transport You to Another Country Why endure a 14-hour flight when you can experience foreign culture in these American towns? From a Dutch windmill to stunning Spanish Colonial architecture, it turns out America is loaded with exotic pockets … Continue reading These 12 U.S. Towns Will Transport You to Another Country

The most breathtaking view in every state

Looking to move somewhere close in order to enjoy the beauty nature provides? Or just looking to vacation and check out one of these areas? The most breathtaking view in every state From coast to coast, America is full of natural beauty. Mountains, lakes, canyons, deserts and swamps — the United States has it all. … Continue reading The most breathtaking view in every state

35 Cities Where You Can Afford to Live Off Less Than $50,000

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~ In case you are getting dragged down by the day to day of California life, commute, taxes, etc. Yes I love our easy access to mountains, beaches, deserts, and entertainment, but maybe you are ready to make a change where your money can go farther so to speak. Here are a couple of ideas … Continue reading 35 Cities Where You Can Afford to Live Off Less Than $50,000

Healthiest Communities in America

Which do you think will be on the list? Discover America's Healthiest Communities Where you live can play a critical role in how healthy you are. The 2019 Healthiest Communities rankings spotlight this relationship by measuring nearly 3,000 U.S. counties and county equivalents across dozens of factors that can help or harm the health of … Continue reading Healthiest Communities in America

Tired of heavy traffic and high gas prices? Move here

Tired of heavy traffic and high gas prices? Move here Even if you live in the most beautiful place in the world, heavy traffic and high gas prices can ruin the experience. One of the downsides of cities with attractive features is that they inevitably draw a crowd. On top of that, some of the … Continue reading Tired of heavy traffic and high gas prices? Move here

Where Are Millennials Buying Homes? – 2019 Edition

Where Are Millennials Buying Homes? – 2019 Edition Record high home values, stagnating incomes, the largest economic downturn in a century and record levels of student debt are just a few examples of the roadblocks between millennials and homeownership. All these factors have manifested in millennials’ inability to sock away enough cash in their savings … Continue reading Where Are Millennials Buying Homes? – 2019 Edition

Which state has the best schools?

The states with the best and worst schools For many parents, one of the most important considerations when choosing where to live is the quality of the local school district. It is, however, very difficult to measure the quality and effectiveness of one school system over another, and state school systems vary in many ways. … Continue reading Which state has the best schools?

Baby Boomers and Millennials are moving where?

Birds of a Feather Flock Together: Homeowner Ages in America People flock to different areas for a variety of reasons, but there's a trend age-wise. Which states have the highest homeowner age average, and which have the lowest? A recent LendingTree report that uses data from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey ranked the … Continue reading Baby Boomers and Millennials are moving where?

Median Home Price

What do you think it is in your state? This map shows how much it costs to own a home in every US state There are an estimated 76.7 million homeowners in America, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, which recently released its 2013-2017 American Community Survey five-year estimates. Their homes are worth a median … Continue reading Median Home Price

The most expensive city in every state

The most expensive city in every state Most Americans would likely agree that their lifestyle choices and financial security are dictated largely by their income. Income, however, is only one half of the equation. The other half is the price of goods and services. The cost of everyday necessities -- such as groceries, transportation, and … Continue reading The most expensive city in every state