Moving to Barrie, Ontario

About 56 miles north of Toronto, the city of Barrie, Ontario is a top Canadian moving destination. Pleasant summers welcome newcomers, and there are seemingly endless options for things to do there. Things to Do Barrie offers plenty to do thanks to its numerous museums, galleries, parks, community centers, pubs, restaurants, annual festivals, beaches, and skiing/snowboarding […]

Moving to Kamloops, British Columbia

Kamloops is currently the 37th largest metropolitan area in British Columbia and continues to grow every day. In fact, it was number 7 on U-Haul’s list of 2015 Canadian Growth Cities. All of this just goes to show that if you’re thinking about moving to Kamloops, you certainly aren’t alone. That being said, what factors […]

Moving to Halifax, Nova Scotia

Sometimes referred to, simply, as “The Fax” or “Hali”, Halifax, Nova Scotia lies on the southeastern coast of Canada and is the province’s capital. Legally called the Halifax Regional Municipality, this city is composed of four former individual municipalities that merged together in 1996-Halifax, Dartmouth, Bedford and the Municipality of Halifax County. Halifax is considered […]

Moving to Duncan, British Columbia

Known as the “City of Totems” for its 80 totem poles peppered around town, Duncan, British Columbia is a small town with a population of under 5,000. If you’re moving to Duncan, you are sure to find plenty of delicious restaurants, spectacular scenery, shopping spots and history. With rich soil suitable for growing nearly any kind of […]

Moving to Kingston, Ontario

Equidistant from Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa, the city of Kingston offers charming scenery, a lively downtown area stocked with restaurants and shops, and plenty of reasons to move there. It’s the oldest city in Ontario–founded by French explorers in 1673–but there are always new things to do around town. The area is flanked by the […]

Moving to Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs is 60 miles south of Denver and lies in the shadow of Pikes Peak, on the southeastern edge of The Rocky Mountains. The city is more than a mile above sea level and home to the United States Air Force Academy, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame and the United […]

Living in Los Angeles

When listing the most widely known cities on Earth, Los Angeles definitely comes close to the top of the list, partly because it has a little something for everyone. It doesn’t matter if you prefer city life or a suburban atmosphere: “The City of Angels” has a spot for you. It also doesn’t hurt that […]

Moving to Albuquerque

Albuquerque is a unique and popular city.  It seems to run on its own time schedule and enjoys a slower city life than a city like New York or Chicago.  Many people like to relocate to the ABQ to find time to center themselves and enjoy life’s moments.  If the hippie angle does not excite […]

Moving to Long Beach

Long Beach, California is the Aquatic Capital of America. The second largest city in the Los Angeles metropolitan area lies on the coastline of the Pacific Ocean and serves as one of the world’s busiest shipping ports. Moving to Long Beach can be a breeze. Just follow these tips! Weather Southern California is famous for its […]

Moving to Concord

Originally named Todos Santos, Concord, California is the eighth largest city in the Bay area, lying just 29 miles northeast of San Francisco. Concord is only a short drive from other major cities in Northern California, including Oakland, Sacramento, and San Jose. While the thought of moving to the Bay Area may seem overwhelming, we’re here […]

Moving to College Station

Judging by the name, it’s not hard to guess that College Station is a college town, but whether you’re a student or not it’s a great place to live! That being said, there are always things you need to consider before planning a move. What month has the best weather to move in? What’s the […]

Moving to Henderson

Are you moving to Henderson, Nevada? It is the second largest city in Nevada after Las Vegas and is less than 20 miles away from Sin City and the Hoover Dam. It was voted one of the top 10 “Safest Cities in the United States” in 2011 and 2014 by Forbes and the FBI Uniform Crime Report, respectively. […]