Are you looking for a new place to call home? With the pandemic changing our lives, many people have been dreaming of open spaces and leaving their urban housing for suburban houses. Low interest rates have made the idea of ending their lease and buying a home even more attractive. But where should you move? Here are some of the best places to consider. Florida is a great option for those looking to retire. The Estado del Sol has a low cost of living and a moderate climate, making it an ideal place to settle down.
The Fort Myers-Cape Coral area is especially attractive, with 400 miles of canals along the Gulf Coast. Boating and fishing are popular activities here, although roads can become congested during the winter months as snowbirds flock to take advantage of the mild temperatures. Idaho has also seen an influx of people in recent years. The cost of living is almost 8 percent lower than the national average, and many people cited this as their main motivation for moving in a United Van Lines study. The state's bucolic backdrop and love for potatoes are also attractive features. Austin, Texas, has been in the top spot for the past three years, while Denver, Colorado, has climbed back up to No.