Houston is the US’s fourth largest city and headquarters to NASA. It is great, bright and energetic, just like everything in Texas should be. It is a busy, cosmopolitan city which offers much to those that live there. The population of the town sits around 2,239,558 (2016 estimate) while the wider metropolitan area’s population is over 6 million.
People tend to have unique tastes as well as different level of requirement for comfort and cleanliness. At least to some degree, our homes feel comfortable to us, but it doesn’t matter how well presented, or tidy may be; your set up is not always going to be the most appealing to all prospective buyers. [Read more…]
Maybe all you know about Minneapolis is that it’s Prince’s home town, or that it’s one of the famous Twin Cities. Moving to Minneapolis can be a major change for anyone who has lived in a more forgiving winter climate, but there are so many great things about Minneapolis, that it’s hard to count those frigid Minnesota winters as a reason not to live there. [Read more…]
Atlanta occupies an interesting place in the American imagination. It brings to mind images of antebellum plantations, scenes from Gone With the Wind, and slow Southern drawls. The city was a major site of battles in the Civil Rights movement and continues to be an important center of African American history and contemporary culture. Atlanta has also been known for its struggles with crime and gentrification in the last decades, though these days it’s better known as a hub of commerce, culture, and arts.