If you’re looking to buy a home, you want to pick the right location. The United States is an enormous country, with diversity in both population and climate. If you’re not sure where you want to settle down, consider these cities:

  1. Philadelphia. Philadelphia home prices have remained steady through the shifting market. A historic city, Philadelphia is home to the Liberty Bell. If you’re a movie buff, you can run up the Rocky steps at Philadelphia’s Museum of Art, and winters aren’t as harsh in Philadelphia as further up the East Coast. With a growing arts community, Philadelphia is a great city for home buyers.
  2. Phoenix. While Phoenix was hit hard by the housing crash, it’s settled down again, and is a great place for first time home buyers. Many people with health or chronic pain issues love Phoenix because of its dry, hot weather. While your friends elsewhere are struggling through the next polar vortex, you’ll feel like you’re on vacation in Phoenix.
  3. Dallas. Texas has one of the best costs of living in the United States. Dallas offers strong growth in employment, particularly among demographics looking to buy homes. Dallas’ diversity and warm weather make it an attractive place to live.

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