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Whittier is a beautiful Southern California city just 25 minutes outside of Los Angeles and 30 minutes from Anaheim. Named one of the best cities to live in by Livability, Whittier has a bustling commercial district, plenty of community activities, great neighborhoods, and a healthy economy that makes it appealing for everyone from young professionals to retirees....

With warm weather, affordable real estate, and more than 10,000 corporate headquarters, Dallas is a city of opportunity and can be a great place to raise a family. Whether you’re relocating to Dallas or simply moving across town, you’ll be looking for a neighborhood or suburb that best fits your needs. But with so many communities to choose from, how...

Lakewood, CO is quickly becoming one of the most attractive cities in the United States for residents of all ages. In fact, Lakewood was one of ten communities in the nation to win the 2016 All-America Cities Award. With close proximity to both Denver and the Rocky Mountains, there’s something new to explore indoors and outdoors every day. If you’re wondering...

Right along the Jersey Shore, you’ll find Toms River, NJ, a friendly, small town with a population of 89,459. With tons of parks, fantastic restaurants, beautiful views of the ocean, and plenty of things to do, this New Jersey city just might be the new home you’re searching for! Whether you’re single, a young professional, starting a family, or...

North Bergen is a diverse, friendly township in Hudson County, New Jersey. Located on The Palisades, this community is just across the Hudson River from Manhattan, so it’s the perfect place to live for people who want close proximity to the hustle and bustle of New York City. If you’re thinking about moving to North Bergen, here are a few things to know! A...

Are you planning to raise a family in Atlanta? As one of the largest cities in the south, Atlanta is a growing metropolitan full of opportunity and southern charm. With a strong economy, warm weather, and plenty of great schools, Atlanta has excellent neighborhoods and suburbs that are perfect for starting a family. But how do you know which area is right for your...

With a sturdy job market, housing available for rent or purchase, and plenty of restaurants, bars, shops, museums, theaters, and more, Richmond offers the diversity, entertainment, and affordability singles and young professionals want in a home! If you’re planning to move to Richmond and can’t find the right area to settle down among the city’s 144...

Right across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. is Arlington, VA. With excellent job opportunities, a strong military history, and plenty to see and do, Arlington is a great place to live for practically anyone! If you’re thinking of moving to this Virginia city, here are a few things to know before you get there! A Great Place to Live Photo by Ron...

Posted on Jan 26 2017 - 4:50pm by Extra Space Storage
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If you’re looking for the comfort of a historic city, but you want the convenience of a major metropolitan, look no further than Frederick, MD! Located around 50 miles from Baltimore and Washington, D.C., the county seat of Frederick County would make a great home for everyone, from young professionals to retirees! Before packing your bags, check out our list of...

Posted on Jan 19 2017 - 4:16pm by Extra Space Storage
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With a sturdy economy and plenty of opportunities for higher education at nearby institutions like Harvard, MIT, Boston College, and Boston University, it’s no wonder why Boston is a popular destination for young professionals. If you’re planning to move to Boston, check out our list of the best neighborhoods for young professionals based on home prices,...