has written 2 SperlingViews. Currently, Bp is living in Columbus, OH and has a little something to say:
I am beginning my search for the next place I will call home. I look forward to reseraching my options in the size, climate and quality of life of the many options the world has to offer.
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Suggestions Posted On: 4/20/2012 6:22:31 AM
I am a transferable government worker desiring to move - preferably - to a costal state from the Carolina's to the Jacksonville, FL and perhaps California. My wages will require me to live in an affordable cost of living state...Yes I realize California is probably not a good option. Any suggestions?
Quality of Life Says It All Posted On: 1/29/2012 1:31:58 PM
Columbus actually has a lot to offer. It has a relatively low cost of living, affordable housing, a pretty stable economy (proven through the many ups and downs the country had gone through) and is definitely - 'Midwest'. There are numerous options in culture, education, high quality health care, parks & recreation, shopping, dining, and professional & college sports. It is a family friendly community that is easy to navigate. All-in-all, the climate is pretty mild considering how far north the state is located in the country.
If you are considering relocating to Columbus, know that is is within 550 miles of more than half the US population - Which makes visiting family a little easier. I highly recommend Columbus as a viable option if it presents itself to you.