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Last updated: January 4, 2022 • Traveling Around the World

The city of San Antonio, TX

San Antonio, Texas is one of the fastest-growing cities in the country and for very good reasons. With a strong job market, low costs of living, vibrant culture, historical significance, hospitality, and great food, there is no question why people want to come to San Antonio, Texas. With a population of over 1.5 million, San …

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Last updated: September 16, 2021 • Traveling Around the World

Living in Alpharetta, GA

If you like golf, swimming, music, community and value family life, then Alpharetta might just be the place for you. There aren’t many places that are focused so much on its community and its people, quite like Alpharetta manages to. Thinking logically, the first thing that you have to do in order to attract people …

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Last updated: September 16, 2021 • Traveling Around the World

Living in Alexandria, VA

The cities that spread across the Washington metropolitan area are amongst the most desirable places to live. Important political figures and presidents have walked the grounds of this impressive metropolis and its history and culture are unmatched.  Have you ever wondered how it would be to walk down the streets where George Washington has set …

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Last updated: September 16, 2021 • Traveling Around the World

The City of Houston Texas

There are few places quite like the city of Houston, Texas. There’s a nebulous but unmistakably magical quality intrinsic to this enchanting city that draws people to its streets from far and wide. Houston is the 4th most populous city in the United States, and it grows every day. There are a lot of things …

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Last updated: September 16, 2021 • Traveling Around the World

The City of Canton GA

What do you look for when searching for a new place to call home? Is it a friendly community, with warm and cheery neighbors who greet you by name and strike up a conversation when you bump into them on the street? Or is it the housing availability, whether it be rural farms, quiet row …

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