Digs aren’t big? Learn how you can start living large with a little planning, a lot of decluttering, a hefty dose of creativity, and the rest of these small-space living hacks.
With an increased interest in telecommuting and getting more square footage for less money, many are considering a move to New Jersey — where you can enjoy suburban amenities while keeping the bustling excitement of the Big Apple or Philadelphia within reach. Find out where to start looking with our guide to the Garden State organized by region for easy reference.
Find out if living in Detroit is for you. Weigh the pros and cons, from more affordable homes, tons of fixer-uppers, and strong community spirit to struggling public schools, a high crime rate, and winters that seem like they can last forever.
Minneapolis may be one-half of the famous Minneapolis-St. Paul duo, but we’re prepared to show you how this city stands out on its own. Check out what it’s really like living in Minneapolis — just don’t blame us if by the end you find yourself asking, St. Paul who?
Thinking of moving to Tampa? As a lifelong resident of the area who’s lived on both sides of Tampa Bay, I can hardly blame you. This area has so much to offer beyond the fabulous weather that it’s hard for me not to gush. But there are both great and not-so-great things about living in Tampa.
So before you decide to join the steady stream of newcomers seeking sunshine and sandy beaches — sit back, grab a refreshing tropical drink, and read on to learn what life is really like in Tampa Bay — from the practical facts to the fun stuff.
San Diego has a lot to offer, and we want to prove it to you. But whether you’re considering a cross-state move or a cross-country move to the city, the decision shouldn’t be taken lightly. After all, it’s not just about what San Diego has to offer in general – it’s about what San Diego has to offer you. Check this to find out.
Ever wonder what it’s like to live in paradise? Santa Barbara comes pretty darn close. Stunning cliffside views, pristine beaches, a gorgeous Mediterranean climate, historic architecture, and a sense of community — Santa Barbara offers all that and more. But is life in Santa Barbara all beauty and breezes? Would it feel like paradise to you? Check these 10 things to know about living in Santa Barbara before making the move.
Also known as “Charm City,” Baltimore’s assets run a lot deeper than just Inner Harbor views and Old-Bay-steamed blue crabs. Find out why this coastal Maryland city is a popular home base for D.C. commuters, young professionals, and folks looking for big-city amenities with more affordable housing prices.
Derived from the Spanish term for “a place for dancing,” Sarasota is an apt name for this Florida Gulf Coast city just south of the Tampa Bay area. With a lively arts scene, gorgeous beaches, and a burgeoning business center, Sarasota is a magnet for people looking to relocate. If you’re thinking about moving to Sarasota, read on to learn about what it’s like to live here.