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Top 10 Worst Cities For Tornadoes in the United States


When you think of tornadoes you think of Kansas and the Great Plains states. You may be wrong these days. The Weather Channel has come out with their list of worst cities for tornadoes and the list is dominated by cities in the Deep South. I grew up on Long Island in New York and now live in Wilmington, North ... Read More »

U-Haul’s Top 10 US Destinations For 2013


I always like lists that come from companies that are in the trenches. The U-Haul report is especially interesting because it is counting those that are migrating without hiring the big moving companies. This captures the economic moves for families that are leaving not because of a corporate relocation or high dollar retirement, but those that are looking to find ... Read More »

Top 10 Most Expensive Luxury Cities In the World For 2013


With the significant increase in billionaires in the world over the past year due to the improving stock markets, Savills has come out with their annual World Cities Review report. The reports shows that the luxury markets in the major cities have improved much faster than the markets as a whole. Asia has seen the biggest increase of luxury housing ... Read More »

Top 10 Fastest Real Estate Markets in 2013


Redfin has come out with an interesting new metric for analyzing how fast moving real estate markets in the country. They have captured the flash sales, those homes that have gone to contract in under 24 hours after the initial listing, in major markets across the country. As inventories tighten and buyers have returned to the market, we are seeing ... Read More »

Top 10 Most Popular Cities For Real Estate Searches

One of the key indicators on where people are looking to move, or more accurately dreaming of moving, these days involves internet searches. Realtor.com has come out with it’s results for September and Chicago is leading the way. So if you are looking to sell your home in one of the top 10 markets you should put a special emphasis ... Read More »

America’s Top 10 States For Business in 2011

Let’s face it, in these economically trying times going to a state that is conducive for conducting business is vitally important. If you are looking for work it does not make a great deal of sense going to a state that hinders a businesses ability to succeed. Likewise, buying a house in a good business environment makes a lot more ... Read More »

Top 10 United States Cities For Bachelors

Single guys, when you decide to move to the big city choose your city carefully. Moving to the wrong city could create the situation where you are looking at your navel playing X-Box on a Saturday night. Move to the right city and you will be dancing till dawn. Seriously. Back in the day (edit. WAY back in the day) ... Read More »

Top 10 Best Towns For Families

Family Circle Magazine has published their list of the Top 10 Towns for Families for 2011. They looked at factors such as top-notched schools, affordable housing, green space, and a giving spirit. I especially love this list as it put the town my family lives in, Peachtree City, Georgia, in the second place. It is always nice to see the ... Read More »

Top 10 Worst States For Earning A Living

If earning a living is important to you, stay out of Hawaii. If you want to live the broke lifestyle and enjoy the beaches, then this might be the state for you. Money-Rates.com just released a study that analyzed the effects of state taxes, the unemployment rate, average wages, and the states cost of living and compared all 50 of ... Read More »

Top 10 Cities Losing Population Since 2000 in the United States

To watch majestic cities decline is never fun. New Orleans took it’s hit with the natural devastation of Hurricane Katrina and can come back, but what will happen to great cities like Detroit that are crumbling under the mismanagement of auto executives and union representatives? The rust belt cities have taken a huge hit during the last decade as industry ... Read More »