Living in Charlotte

Lying in the heart of the southeastern United States, Charlotte is only a short drive to many other major cities and landmarks, including Orlando, Washington DC and New York City. If you’ve recently decided to make the Queen City your home, here are a few of the awesome things to while living in Charlotte. Have […]

The Best Cities to Take a Hike

You can plan a hike from anywhere, but where are the best spots to go? Here’s a list of the best cities to take a hike whether you’re looking for a short, easy hike or a more difficult weekend trip. Denver, CO Just east of the Rocky Mountains, Denver brings in a lot of people over the […]

Living in Portland

There are few cities greener than Portland. In fact, it is sometimes referred to as the City of Roses because of the many rose gardens found within its limits. If you are moving there soon, or perhaps have already made it your home, one of the most important things you need to do is get acquainted with […]

Moving to Reno

Reno is “The Biggest Little City in the World” and is located in northern Nevada, about 50 miles from Lake Tahoe. Reno is the most populated city outside of the metropolitan Las Vegas area. With its entertaining nightlife and alluring casinos, it’s no wonder you’ve chosen Reno as your future home. But there’s much more to […]

Living in San Diego

Known for its perfect weather and gorgeous attractions such as The San Diego Zoo, it’s no wonder you’ve chosen to live in San Diego. Of course, moving to San Diego is more than the California dream of beaches and amusement parks. Here is some information that might make life in Ron Burgundy’s favorite city feel more like […]

Moving to Baltimore

So you’re looking for a change, and are entertaining the idea of moving to Baltimore? If you are a history buff, you won’t be disappointed. In fact, Baltimore is home to Fort McHenry, the birthplace of our national anthem! However, you need to consider a lot more than just fun facts about a city’s history before you […]

5 Most Affordable States

A $100 bill is equal to $100, right? Wrong. Although the denomination is the same, Benjamin has more buying power in certain states compared to others. The Tax Foundation calculated the value of the hundred dollar bill based upon the varying price for goods in different areas. It ranges from a worth as low as […]

Moving to Indianapolis

So you are moving to the “Racing Capital of the World”? Indianapolis is home to the Indianapolis 500 also known as the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing”. Indy is home to the Colts (NFL), Pacers (NBA), and Indians (MLB). An Indianapolitan will surely let you know who to root for. Indianapolis is the 14th largest city in the U.S. Neighborhoods Indy […]

Moving to San Jose

Founded in 1777,  San Jose was California’s first civilian settlement. A city rich with culture, residents enjoy historic sites, special events, cultural facilities, and public artwork. Located in the heart to Silicon Valley, San Jose is the third largest city in California population wise. When you’re planning your move to “The Capital Of Silicon Valley”, here […]

5 Ways To Discover Your Local Music Scene

We all know that moving to a new place is exciting, but it can also be a bit daunting. There’s the boxes, the packing, the unpacking, but something that gets overlooked far too often is really getting to know your new music scene. Sure, you packed the vintage record player and powerful speakers,  but where […]

Moving to Pittsburgh

So you’re moving to The City of Bridges! Known for its museums, parks and rich culture, you’re in for an adventure! Before moving to Pittsburgh, there are some things you should know: Rental Equipment When it comes to choosing your rental equipment, take these considerations into account before making your choice. Pittsburgh streets are very […]

Moving to Fort Worth

Fort Worth is “where the West begins!” It’s also the fifth largest city in the state of Texas and makes up one-third of the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area. Originally, Fort Worth was an army outpost overlooking the Trinity River. Today this North Central city, known as “Cowtown”, is steeped in its Western heritage. If you’re […]