Posts Tagged ‘City Living’

Aerial view of Downtown Los Angeles

Typical Utility Costs in Los Angeles

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Pristine beaches as far as the eye can see, more blue skies and sunshine than you can imagine, breathtaking vistas, and top-shelf international cuisine at your fingertips — it’s no wonder Los Angeles captures the hearts and souls of so many. read more

A small, modern pied-à-terre apartment.

Pied-à-Terre: The Second Home That Could Save You Time and Money

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When people complain about work, it’s often not about the job itself but the toll it takes on their lives in the form of local commuting, out-of-town business trips, stressful packing and unpacking, and time away from family and friends. Whether you’re just starting to make your mark in your profession or finally on the […] read more

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The Best Places to Rent in New York City

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They say that if you can make it in New York City, you can make it anywhere — but where should you choose to hang your hat while you’re trying to make it? read more

Downtown Nashville at night.

Fresh Starts: Most Livable Cities for 2019

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People are incredibly complex in some ways — and yet so wonderfully simple in many others. When it comes to deciding where to live, most of us want a place with lots of diverse, good-paying jobs, affordable housing, and a general population that’s content with its surroundings. read more

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Top Tips for Long-Distance Apartment Hunting

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Finding a new place to live is never easy. Add distance into that equation, and it becomes an entirely different ballgame. Although hunting for an apartment from another city is not an ideal situation, it can still be done efficiently and effectively with the help of modern technology and a willing landlord or property manager. read more

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Having Fun on a Budget: Embracing the Staycation

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In tough financial times, many people don’t have money to spare for a real vacation. Conflicting work and school schedules can also make a traditional vacation impossible. Luckily, you and your family can have just as much fun by treating yourselves to a “staycation,” in which you stay at home and embrace nearby attractions. read more

Pittsburgh Skyline

Best U.S. Cities for Millennial Renters

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Millennials want it all and they want it now. And why not? Known for living in the moment, ravenously consuming art and culture, and earning a living doing what they love, millennials are more likely than any other recent generation to think — and live — outside the box they came in. read more

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Making a New City Feel Like Home

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Moving to a new city can be a nerve-wracking experience. Whether you’re transferring jobs, starting school, or simply wanting a change of pace from your old city, it’s easy to feel a little out of place in a new area. read more

Big City Living in Your Thirties

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City living is not only for the young. Whether because of a job, lifestyle or personal tastes, many thirty year olds remain living in urban areas. However, at thirty years old living in a dingy, small apartment may not be desirable. Below are some ideas for living in a city in your thirties. Go Luxury […] read more