Better Living: 4 Affordable Cities to Settle Down in
While New York and Los Angeles used to be the go-to cities for job opportunities, entertainment and culture, there are a new breed of smaller cities that are attracting transplants from all over the U.S. The reason? These cities have been identified as the most affordable cities to move to for new transplants. Check them out here.
Millennial Movers: Top 5 Cities for Gen Y
When you think of Millennials, the cities that come to mind are usually New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, but according to Time’s recent article on the top five cities for Millennials to move to, these aren’t among the top choices. However, cost of living and job growth may be the reasons why the following five cities did make the cut.
Affordably Brooklyn: How to Get the Pros of Living in NY Minus the Cost
New Yorkers pay extremely high rents in return for a tiny space and it’s something most of them have simply come to accept. However, the financially savvier residents have discovered a hack for living in New York for an affordable price – they move to Brooklyn.
10 Reasons Why New Yorkers Love Their City
The best places to visit in a new city isn't always found in the guidebook. What better way to explore New York than to go where the locals go? Check out our list of top ten reasons why New Yorkers just can't get enough of their city.
The Best Neighborhoods In Philly To Live & Play In
Philadelphia seems to constantly be caught between being a miniature New York City and having its own unique feel unlike any other city in the country. Comparing it to New York isn’t completely inaccurate but to say it’s simply a smaller version of it would be a severe understatement. Philly has a heartbeat that is all its own; and anyone that’s had the pleasure of visiting this charming city can attest to that. So if the city of “brotherly love” has been calling your name, here are some great neighborhoods to call home.
Affordably San Francisco: Beyond The Hipster
If you ask someone to describe San Francisco, they'll tell you about a city that feels more like a place in Europe. With its gorgeous architecture and breathtaking views, it's easy to be mesmerized by this beautiful city. But the cost of living in San Francisco will snap you out of your daydream very quickly. While most neighborhoods in San Francisco are on the expensive side, there are some that don't come with a hefty a price tag.
Affordably Minneapolis: The "Artsy-est" City That No One Knows About
The cities that come to mind when people mention art galleries, theaters and billion dollar corporations are places such as New York, Chicago and Atlanta. But not many know that Minneapolis boasts these same attractions and much more. Minneapolis may be best known as the land of a thousand lakes, but it also has more performance theater seats per capita than any other U.S. city besides New York. With its gorgeous architecture, big-name corporations and rich art scene, Minneapolis is fast becoming one of the best cities to move to.
Affordably Seattle: 6 Trendy Neighborhoods That Are Easy on the Budget
Despite its high precipitation rate, Seattle remains one of the trendiest cities in the United States, attracting homeowners and renters of all ages and backgrounds. The home values scare off some prospective residents, but there are several hip Seattle neighborhoods that carry affordable price tags.
Affordably LA: Budget Neighborhoods Amongst the Stars
Even if you don't have millions of dollars of disposable income to drop on a luxury mansion in the star-studded hills of Los Angeles, you can still find a comfortable, safe neighborhood in LA. If you make your home in one of these neighborhoods, you might even spot a celebrity or two while you walk your dog.
Trendy and Budget-Friendly Neighborhoods in the Big Apple
New York City is notorious for being one of the most expensive and crowded places to live in the United States. With fierce competition driving prices up across Manhattan, finding an apartment can seem impossible. However, there are some areas that generally stay cheaper than the rest. Here's a breakdown of a few Manhattan neighborhoods that manage to keep the price of a one-bedroom apartment under $3,000 a month.