Rent.com's top 10 cities for newlyweds
Thinking about where you and your soon-to-be hubby should settle down? You're in luck because Rent.com recently released its list of the top cities for newlyweds, and we're sharing all the details!
When thinking about where you and your man should make your life together, you have a lot of things to consider. You have to factor in cost of living, mean annual income, the unemployment rate in each city and a whole lot more. It's a daunting process, but we like to make your life a bit easier here at SheKnows, so we knew we just had to share this fun list from Rent.com.
Take a look and let us know how you and your hubby decided where to live!
Top 10 cities for newlyweds
Why it's great: Austin is the perfect place for creative couples due to its thriving art scene. Nights spent at the art gallery and various art events offer the chance to meet other couples and experience unique date nights.
Raleigh / Durham, NC
Why it's great: This affordable, friendly city attracts loads of young professionals, and its climate is an added bonus. Looking for a place to settle down and enjoy a larger city with rich culture? This is your ideal spot.
Why it's great: Sports fans rejoice! Dallas offers sports lovers the opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy professional or amateur sports and is ideal for the active couple.
Kansas City, MO
Why it's great: Kansas City's mix of high culture and affordability provide an enviable living atmosphere. A plethora of historical sites and art locales combined with the warmth of a small town offer the perfect living conditions for newlyweds.
Why it's great: Did you know that Houston is one of the most culturally-rich and culinary-friendly cities in the nation? Yep! The city offers everything from world-class museums to local farmers markets and is great for both couples and new families.
Why it's great: Beer lovers, listen up! Denver brews more beer than any other city in the country, making it the perfect spot for newlyweds to engage in craft beer culture to day trips to the Rocky Mountains.
Why it's great: Fitness buff? You'll love Minneapolis! The city is the American Fitness Index’s “Fittest City in America” and is the most bike-friendly city in the nation. Newlyweds can spend time bonding and getting fit near all the city's lakes and parks.
Why it's great: Looking for perpetual sunshine and colorful deserts for hiking and exploring? Phoenix is for you! Not really outdoorsy? Phoenix is known to be a haven for foodies and families, too!
Why it's great: Besides being a historic city and a central location, Washington, DC has a wide variety of job opportunities! The city has shopping, entertainment and cultural activities galore and is the city of compromise for opposites that attract.
Why it's great: Are you and your man pretty laid back? You'll love this modern cultural center! The people in Baltimore are hospitable and the city is perfect for couples seeking the comfort of a smaller hometown with the benefits of urban living.