Posts Tagged ‘maps’
Most Recent
 
Read More
August 13, 2018

10 Things to Know about the Chicago Metro Area

If you're planning on moving to Illinois, here are 10 things you need to know about the Chicago Metro Area.
 
Read More
August 6, 2018

The Best States for House Flipping!

House flipping isn't an easy, overnight process. It takes patience and precision to get your top dollar. However, certain markets make it easier to flip than others. If you're looking to start investing in real estate, check out these states that are the best for house flipping!
 
Read More
July 30, 2018

The Top 5 Most Kid-Friendly Cities

If you're looking for something fun to do with your kids this summer, check out this list of the most kid-friendly cities.
 
Read More
July 23, 2018

The Top 5 Most Bikeable Cities!

Can't get enough of the Tour De France? Is biking as natural as walking for you? You're in luck! Here are the top 5 most bikeable cities.
 
Read More
July 16, 2018

Cities with the Best Summer Resorts

Still deciding where to visit for your summer vacation this year? Whether you're looking for some relaxation, a family-friendly getaway, check out these cities with the best summer resorts!
 
Read More
July 9, 2018

10 Reasons to Move to Nebraska!

Thinking about relocating and not sure about which state to call home? Nebraska has a range of different communities tailored to fit the needs of anyone. From great school districts and state parks to vibrant art districts and a low cost of living, Nebraska has it all.
 
Read More
July 2, 2018

The Nation’s Top 5 Most Patriotic Cites!

It's almost July and you know what that means! The Fourth of July is honored in every major city across the country in different ways. Here's our list of the nation's top five most patriotic cities.
 
Read More
June 25, 2018

Cities with the Most Mobile Homes

More than 20 million Americans live in homes are mobile. Here are the cities with the most mobile homes. Most of them are in the South.
 
Read More
June 18, 2018

The Most Walkable Cities

Are you looking to improve your health and wellness? It's as simple as increasing the number of steps you take daily. Here are the most walkable cities in the nation.
 
Read More
June 11, 2018

Cities with the Most Sunshine

Although summer officially starts on June 21st, for most residents it might already feel like summer is here! As we gear up for the summer solstice (the longest day of the year), check out these cities that get the most sunshine!

The summer solstice is still celebrated by cultures all over the world. Many of us choose to enjoy this time by heading to the beach or having a BBQ – tipping off the next few months of amazing weather and fun with friends and family.

It’s no wonder that the cities in the southwest get the most sunshine. Texas, Arizona, and Nevada are the only states that made our list. The hot desert and desert-like climates in the cities [...]

 
Read More
May 28, 2018

Cities with the Highest and Lowest Costs of Living

Cost of living is defined as the amount of money needed to sustain a certain level of living including basic expenses such as food, housing, taxes, transportation, healthcare, and more. Cities with a high cost of living are usually more difficult to maintain a standard of living and require more income than the U.S. average to enjoy basic necessities. For instance, in a place like Manhattan, a gallon of milk costs about $2.39, whereas in Indianapolis, the cost of a gallon of milk is $1.50. It’s evident based on this data that Manhattan has the higher cost of living.

The cost of milk isn’t the only expense worth exploring, below, we’ve compared the cities with [...]

 
Read More
May 24, 2018

The Most Popular Home Styles in the Midwest

Everyone wants to find their perfect home. Many home buyers know exactly what they want their home to look like, down to exterior and interior design details. Across the US, home styles become trends due to their popularity, geographic location, and other factors specific to an area. For instance, in somewhere that’s prone to flooding like New Orleans, you won’t typically find a lot of low-lying, ranch-style homes – this isn’t to say that they don’t exist in the Crescent City, but geographically speaking, it’s unrealistic. You may not know all the details of the effects that geography can have on a home’s design, but for that reason, we’ve [...]

Search Blog


Follow Us
Facebook Twitter YouTube Pinterest Pinterest RSS Feed

Home Search

Mobile Apps