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Other States
By
Doreen Pottios
on
February 11, 2020

Choosing where to live is one of the most personal, stressful, and meaningful choices you can make. That’s why Curbed cast a wide net to put together our first-ever list of where you should live in the U.S in 2020. We began with a list of criteria—walkability, park access, diversity, housing costs, job opportunities, and more—that together add up to that essential but elusive trait: livability.

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Other States
By
Doreen Pottios
on
February 3, 2020

Homebuyers are searching for less expensive purchases and are willing to move area to buy a home. A new analysis from Zillow has found that Las Vegas is getting the most home listing searches from out of the area of all the 50 largest US metros, followed by Jacksonville, FL, and San Antonio, TX.

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Other States
By
Doreen Pottios
on
January 23, 2020

Californians have been leaving the Golden State for decades in search of cheaper housing, lower taxes and a different way of life. For thousands, that search leads to Texas.

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Other States
By
Doreen Pottios
on
December 12, 2019

By raw numbers, most of these millionaire households can be found in and around big cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Chicago – just as you would expect. But some millionaires prefer to avoid the hustle and bustle of major metropolises. Indeed, pockets of millionaires can be found in some far-flung places.The following list of cities is limited to “micropolitan” areas, which the Census Bureau defines as urban clusters with populations between 10,000 and 50,000, “plus adjacent territory that has a high degree of social and economic integration with the core as measured by commuting ties.” In some cases, these locations benefit from being popular recreational areas or havens for wealthy retirees. In others, a particular industry drives local wealth. Either way, these are the 25 smallest cities and towns boasting the highest concentrations of millionaire households in the U.S.

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Other States
By
Doreen Pottios
on
December 4, 2019

Charles Schwab is moving its headquarters from California to Texas. Joel Kotkin, Chapman University, joins ‘The Exchange’ on CNBC to discuss why more and more companies are leaving California for other states.

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Other States
By
Doreen Pottios
on
October 14, 2019

Don't overlook the big benefits of retiring to a small town. On top of the peace and quiet you'd expect, smaller places to live can also offer tight-knit communities, active senior groups and lower crime rates. Plus, many small towns come with relatively low living costs compared with big-city neighbors.

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Other States
By
Doreen Pottios
on
September 26, 2019

Ready to leave California but not ready to leave the beach? Even if you can't quite afford a pricey oceanfront home for your retirement, you can still enjoy the benefits of retiring to a beach in hotspots all across America. Even in the Heartland, far from the coast, many U.S. locales offer access to freshwater beaches on lakes and rivers. We pinpointed a great place to retire in each state, taking into account living costs, safety, median incomes and poverty rates for retirement-age residents, as well as residents' sense of well-being and the availability of recreational and health care facilities.

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Other States
By
Doreen Pottios
on
July 16, 2019

Vermont, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Connecticut and others are offering cash incentives and other perks to get people to move there, bolstering the remote work movement.

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Other States
By
Doreen Pottios
on
July 2, 2019

California is getting old. As the last of the baby boom generation enters the golden years of their California dream, seniors are the state’s fastest-growing age group, far outpacing growth in children or working-age adults.

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Other States
By
Doreen Pottios
on
July 1, 2019

“Texafornia – A Glimpse into America’s Future” headlines The Economist’s special report last week comparing America’s two mega states, California and Texas. The British magazine looked at several areas where the two states compete, and for the most part California came out second best.

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Other States
By
Doreen Pottios
on
June 30, 2019

It's home to California's Redwood Empire and Wine Country. It's got a perfect climate, not too hot and not too cold, with a little fog to make things interesting.

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