Considering a move to San Francisco? The Bay area is a beautiful location and full of rich LGBT history. While moving to this historic city is exciting, it is also a big undertaking financially as…
The Dallas-Fort Worth area was ranked as the 7 best places in the US to live and work in a recent study. Residents also enjoy no state income tax, strong job growth and a low cost of living.
Austin is located conveniently between Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston. With 5.3% of its population being a member of the LGBT community Austin routinely appears on the top list of LGBT cities.
The housing market in Atlanta continues to evolve as more millennials are drawn to this bustling city. Neighborhoods such as Midtown, Inman Park, and Old Fourth Ward draw a large LGBT community and continue to develop with the trend of millennials wanting to live “in town”.
The cost of housing in Denver is significantly higher than the US average. In fact, in a recent study, the Denver Post found that the average home in Denver is only affordable to those that make an excess of $90k per year. Your actual cost will largely be driven on which neighborhood you choose and if you decide to rent or buy.