Thought to be derived from a Spanish term for “a place of dancing,” “Sarasota” is an apt name for this Florida Gulf Coast city just south of the Tampa Bay area. With a lively arts scene, gorgeous beaches, and a burgeoning business center, Sarasota is a magnet for people looking to relocate. If you’re thinking about moving to Sarasota, read on to learn about what it’s like to live here.
With its year-round sun, practically non-existent rain, and bountiful outdoor activities, Phoenix attracted more new residents in 2019 than any other city in the U.S. If you’re planning on moving to Phoenix — or simply want to learn more about what makes this sunny locale so special — here are 15 things we think you should know.
With a convenient commute to Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Clearwater business centers and just a quick hop to Tampa International Airport, Westchase offers an appealing choice for new Floridians or locals in search of a vibrant, family-oriented area. Learn about Westchase neighborhoods and find out why this Tampa suburb is rated one of the best places to live in Florida.
If you’re looking to have a good time, Arlington, Texas is the place for you. Not only is it the entertainment capital of North Texas, with its affordability and proximity to Dallas, this is a pretty great place to plant some roots, whether you’re moving from out of state or just another part of the Metroplex.
With its gorgeous greenspaces, big-city character, and rich cultural history, Chicago has a long and iconic legacy as one of the great American cities. If you’re thinking about living in Chicago for work or play, check out our 12-part guide to the city’s costs, housing, neighborhoods, and culture.
If you’re relocating to the DFW area, a great place to consider planting some roots is the vibrant, diverse city of Irving, Texas. Zoom in a bit closer, and you’ll definitely want to explore Las Colinas, a massive urban and residential center within Irving that’s become an economic powerhouse in North Dallas. Read on for an insider’s look at this popular Dallas suburb.
Relocating to the Dallas metro area, but not sure where you want to live? Learn all about Plano, TX, rated the “Best City for Staycations” in the U.S. by WalletHub, based on its opportunities for recreation, rest and relaxation. Read on for an insider’s view from a longtime resident and businesswoman who’s helped hundreds of families move here.
Are the mild winters and booming economy of Dallas calling your name? You’re not the only one. People are moving to Dallas from all over the country for its good jobs, vibrant culture, and affordable homes. Before you decide to relocate, take a quick look at what life in Dallas is really like.