Where Should You Buy Your House
The Best Places for Living in the US is a topic that has been around for centuries, with everyone from Thomas Jefferson to Oprah Winfrey weighing in on where they think is best. The debate continues today and it’s no wonder why. There are so many different factors that go into picking a place to live that you can’t help but want to give your opinion too!
First, let’s start with the basics. To find a place, we need to know where you would want to live and that means looking at the map. There are some places in the US that get a lot of attention for being good places to live (e.g., San Diego) but there are also less popular areas like Charlotte, NC which fly under the radar because no one knows about them or thinks they can be great too!
Second, let’s think about what makes us happy and work from there. We all have different ideas of happiness–some people prefer living near family while others crave lots and lots of excitement and entertainment options. The best way for you is take time thinking through your idea of happiness by answering questions such as: What do I value most? Where am I spending my time? What do I need to feel fulfilled in my day-to-day life?
Third, we can’t leave out the financial considerations. Yes, it’s a good idea to know about job opportunities and cost of living when thinking about where you want to live but let’s not forget that your home is likely going to be one of your biggest assets–so make sure you think long term!
Finally, there are some great research tools available today which makes finding a place easier than ever before. Our favorite tool for narrowing down places is called AreaVibes . Not only does this site rate every US city with an A+ through F letter grade based on dozens factors but they also offer many other helpful resources such as crime rates, housing numbers, employment rates and more!