Moving from the East Coast to the West Coast can feel like a huge change. From cost of living to lifestyle, here’s the intel you need to get ready for the big move.
Moving with a brood? Finding a neighborhood in a big city like Los Angeles can feel overwhelming. Choose the best neighborhood for your crew with our guide to Los Angeles’ most family-friendly neighborhoods.
If you’ve got a move coming up, you should meet Katherine Tuttle. Find out how she conquered her latest move, when her home went from listing to closing in just 24 days.
New York City is one of the most expensive cities in America. If you’re new to the city and your budget isn’t exactly robust…is it still possible to live well in NYC? We think the answer is yes, if you’ve got a good game plan and a positive mindset. You can start with our guide to living on a budget in New York City.
Families and young professionals alike love Seattle. Read our guide to family-friendly neighborhoods in Seattle to learn how your family’s lifestyle will fit in Washington’s largest city, and where to look for a home there.
Wondering if you should move to Seattle? You’re not alone — Seattle is a popular destination for millennials and other generations alike. Here are a few things you should know about Seattle before deciding to make the move.
Moving to New York can be challenging for anyone — and if you’re moving with a family it can be even harder to navigate. With its reputation for being fast paced and a mecca for young professionals, you might be wondering…is there any place in this great big city for a family?
Living in Los Angeles is expensive, sometimes in surprising ways! But staying on a budget in LA is possible. Use our guide to Living on a Budget in LA to learn how to save on rent, stay smart about spending, and more.