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fastest growing cities in the US

"Overall, cities in the South continue to grow at a faster rate than any other U.S region. Since the 2010 Census, the population in large southern cities grew by an average of 9.4 percent. In comparison, cities in the West grew 7.3 percent, while cities in the Northeast and Midwest had much lower growth rates at 1.8 percent and 3.0 percent respectively."

Washington, D.C. insider tips

The District of Columbia is a fabulous city for new residents. As home to the federal government, foreign embassies and the headquarters to many international organizations, the city offers a vibrant place to live, work and play. Here are some insider tips if you're moving to D.C., to help you get happily settled into the nation's capital.

affordable apartments in indianapolis

If you're a renter, you know that some of the most in-demand cities can be tough on your bank account. From apartment shortages to sky-high rents, it's little wonder that more apartment-dwellers are looking to move to cities that offer…

School rankings are a great way to  choose an apartment

If you have kids (or if you’re planning to have kids soon), choosing an apartment near great school options is important. Aside from considering how many bedrooms and bathrooms are needed, many people search for new residences based on school rankings. If you want your children to attend the best schools, here’s how to research the best school districts for consideration as your next home base.

bike-friendly great cities for cycling

Whether you like to pedal around on city bike paths or log several miles a week in training, there are cities where you can pursue the passion of cycling within easy reach of your rental. Cycling for recreation and fitness has really…

Top 10 US States for Veterans

The United States has military bases all over the world, however most of America’s veterans come home to settle back into American life. Where do they chose to live upon their return? Using research gathered from The US Department of…

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