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Are you thinking about relocating to a new city? The Doctors reveal the top 3 cities with the best quality of life you should consider moving to.
COVID-19 changed how many people work and many are relocating to new locations now that remote jobs are more and more common. Real estate broker Stefani Berkin says mental and physical health is at the top of people's list when they're considering where to live.
"People want to live in a place that will increase their mood, increase their endorphins and they'll be happy to be there," she says, revealing the top 3 cities people are moving to, which are:
#3 - Tampa, Florida - The gulf coast city is affordable, safe, has job opportunities, great weather, access to the beach, an abundance of outdoor activities, and has no state income tax. The median home price is just $290,000.
#2 - Raleigh, North Carolina - This east coast city is less densely populated, and has a young, educated, and diverse culture. Also, it has some great healthcare resources, an affordable cost of living and low property taxes, and a top-notch school system. The median home price is only $275,000.
#1 - Austin, Texas - This Lone Star state city is becoming a major tech city with tons of career opportunities and has affordable houses. There is also a vibrant and diverse city culture, the home to major live music, film, and arts scene, has a low cost of living, and is a top spot for female entrepreneurs -- plus no personal income tax. The median home price is $350,000.
If you are moving, Stefani recommends working with a professional and seasoned real estate broker to find your new home.