Where Should I Move To?

If you don't have any idea where you'd like to live, we'll help you with some quizpiration! Just answer these questions!

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Here are all the results with descriptions

Cannon Beach, Oregon
You remember 'The Goonies,' right? What about 'Point Break'? That great beach town in both movies is Cannon Beach. It's still pretty much that small too. If you need city life, Portland is just an hour and a half down the road. There's a distillery, cool shops and restaurants, and Haystack Rock, jutting out of the ocean. Just up the road is the beach from 'Twilight.' Basically, this town is surrounded by some of the most breathtaking views in the United States.

Madison, Wisconsin
If you wish you had lived in Austin or Portland before they were discovered, then you need to consider Madison. It is one of the greenest cities in the US, hosts the largest farmers' market, and has an amazing university, five lakes with bike trails, and street musicians, and the list could go on and on. It's also beautiful and close to Chicago, Milwaukee, and Green Bay--not too far from Minneapolis either.

Alamosa, Colorado
If you're an indecisive person, Alamosa may be for you. It has towering mountains, sand dunes indistinguishable from those in the Sahara, a sandy lakeshore beach, green farm fields, tree-lined streets, and gorgeous wildflowers all wrapped up in a small town between two cities: Denver and Albuquerque. If you feel like a change of scenery, you don't have to leave home to get it. You don't even have to go to Texas to see the Rio Grande; it runs right through Alamosa!

New York City, New York
Despite what you might have heard, you don't have to be rich to live in New York, NY. While real estate has gone up, there are pocket neighborhoods that are still affordable if you take the time to look. And you need that hustle-bustle, bright-lights big city! And if you can't stomach the idea of a studio apartment, there are homes just across the Hudson that give you that great nighttime view of the NYC skyline and are just a short ride away from the action.

Arlington, Vermont
This village is the Vermont of your dreams. Picturesque covered bridge, adorable white chapel, country inns . . . it's no wonder Norman Rockwell called this place home. The town is situated on a river famed for trout fishing and nestled between two mountain ranges, so there's lots to do outdoors. In winter, you're not far from skiing and sledding. Robert Frost also recommends this area of Vermont--his home was only eight minutes from Arlington. You could walk through his woods on a snowy evening.

Wilmington, North Carolina
Ahhh . . . the temperatures in this riverfront beach town are mild year round, with an average yearly temp of 70 degrees and an average winter temp of 50 degrees. It's almost always nice out, so you can enjoy sports, water, sidewalk cafes, or music festivals. If you feel like taking a walk, the river, beaches, botanical gardens, and even your own neighborhood trails are attractive options. You can reach up and touch the Spanish moss as you stroll under centuries-old oaks.