5 Best Cities for Recent College Grads

In just a few months, the Class of 2014 will be donning their mortarboards to take that long, decisive step to the commencement stage and then out into the world. Unfortunately, with double-digit unemployment for those aged 18 to 34, this isn’t a great time to start a career. In fact, this age range accounts…

Riverside or Orange County? Where to Settle in Southern California

Southern California is a great place to live with beautiful weather year-round, gorgeous natural treasures and exciting things to do. The question is, where in Southern California should you settle? If you are deciding between living in Riverside County or Orange County, here’s a breakdown of what it’s like to live in both counties to…

The 5 Best Cities to Buy a Home in the Carolinas

The Carolinas offer up the best of everything, from lush forests and scenic mountains to rich and rewarding cultural experiences. There are warm beaches, charming historic neighborhoods, and bustling metropolises — all with excellent schools, lots of jobs, and plenty of parks. Here are some of the best places to lay down roots in the…

The Austin Real Estate Market is On Fire

Austin homebuyers seem to be having a feeding frenzy. Inventory is very low and demand is very high. Because of job creation and quality of life, people are moving to Austin from all over the place. Many are fleeing states with high tax rates to move to Texas, where there is no state income tax….

Tampa Bay Real Estate Tips for Investors and Sellers

The Tampa Bay region has become one of the most sought-after areas by potential homeowners because of its proximity to beaches, universities and a mushrooming high-tech corridor. Besides the weather, the major attractions in the area include the Dali Museum, an aquarium, happening piers and state-of-the-art performance centers. For sports lovers, Tampa Bay is a…

Why You Should Move to Dallas

Dallas is an up-and-coming city. Businesses and families are moving to Dallas in droves, thanks to the fact that it offers both a lower cost of living and doing business than the U.S. average. Dallas has many areas to live in, from downtown Dallas to the suburbs of Duncanville, and has many of the amenities…

How to Select the Right Fort Worth Neighborhood

With a hometown feel that still has the metropolitan vibe that so many people are looking for, it’s no wonder so many people choose to call Fort Worth, Texas home. There are a variety of established and developing neighborhoods to consider in Fort Worth, and choosing the right spot to settle can be a difficult…

Spring Hill: Affordable Country Living on Nashville’s Doorstep

The small Southern city of Spring Hill, Tenn. can be found just 30 miles south of Nashville. This charming, close-knit community has experienced a population explosion over the last decade. While it is still considered a small town with a current population of around 29,000 people, 10 years ago the city of Spring Hill had…

Las Vegas Real Estate Fees Won’t Break the Bank … If You’re Prepared

Both the purchase and the sale of a house is a confusing process for many Americans. Real estate agents become a lifeline during the process, dealing with all the paperwork and the legalese inherent in a real estate transaction. Probably the most confusing point in the process is when you sit down at the closing…

A Guide to Home Improvement Loans and Grants in California

You’ve been living in your home for close to a decade, and you want to spice things up a bit. Maybe you are considering replacing the discolored tiles in the bathroom or transforming your kitchen into a chef’s paradise. The changes will not just uplift your mood, but can also increase home value. Giving your…