Austin the capital of the Lone Star State and the birthplace of Whole Foods, has plenty of claims to fame. This fast-growing city embodies its unofficial motto, “Keep Austin Weird,” thanks to one-of-a-kind landmarks and original graffiti art that dot the landscape. Before you move out of this urban delight… Continue reading.
You might think that Americans today move more frequently than they did in the past. However, according to the US Census Bureau, only 11.2% of Americans moved in 2016. This percentage is considered an all-time low. Why did 11.2% of the population choose to move in 2016? Where did they… Continue reading.
Does your current city lack the beautiful scenery and outdoor opportunities you’ve always dreamed of having? Do you want your kids to experience the open air and physical activities a nature-friendly city offers? Are you a hiking or skiing enthusiast looking for a change of scenery? No matter your moving… Continue reading.
Winter brings white landscapes, plush snow piles, and warm evenings by the fire. But if you don’t like the winter weather, you can find it difficult to enjoy this season. If you’ve considered escaping the cold temperatures, you might wonder which cities offer the warmest wintertime conditions. Below, we’ve listed… Continue reading.
Thanks to shows like “Portlandia,” everyone in America is familiar with Oregon’s unique vibe. While you’ve lived in the city, maybe you’ve done your part to keep Portland weird and unique, or maybe you’re tired of the area and want a change of pace. No matter how you feel about… Continue reading.
Those who haven’t lived in Texas before often have preconceived notions of what the state is like. Texas is often thought of as the last vestige of Wild West culture-and in some areas of the state that is the case. However, Texas is as varied in entertainment as it is… Continue reading.
There are countless reasons to move to the Pacific Northwest, from the major companies based in the region (like Boeing, Amazon, Microsoft, and Costco) to the unique scenery you won’t find anywhere else in the world. But if you’re used to a dry Southwestern climate or the flat rolling fields… Continue reading.
So you’re moving to New York City. The good news? Wherever you end up renting, you’ll be within walking distance and a subway ride away from world-class cuisine, great shopping, diverse cultural events, multiple professional sports teams, and beautiful historical sites. The city that never sleeps will offer incredible opportunities… Continue reading.
As a business professional, your moves have a huge impact on your life. Where you live determines your available jobs, earning potential, and lifestyle. Whether you prefer a beautiful range of seasons or perpetual sunshine and you are considering moving, find your place in one of the following top eight… Continue reading.
What state are American’s moving to the most? No, it’s not Texas, North Carolina or California, but rather Oregon. According to American Moving & Storage (AMSA) 2014 report, 63 percent of inbound shipments were headed to the Beaver State. So, why is everyone moving to Oregon? Here are a few highlights of… Continue reading.