Where Will You Live in 2017?

Where you live can have a big effect on your quality of life. Take this quiz to see where you will be hanging your hat in 2017.
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North or South?
North
South
I don't care
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Pick a tree.
Palm
Cactus
Aspen
Oak
None of these
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Sunrise or sunset?
Sunrise
Sunset
Both or neither
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What size of house is ideal for your lifestyle?
Under 1,000 sq feet
1,000-2,000 sq feet
2,000-3,000 sq feet
Over 3,000 sq feet
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How do you prefer to commute to work?
Walk
Bike
Public transportation
Personal Vehicle
Carpool
None of these
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Do you prefer to own or rent your home?
Own
Rent
I don't know
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Do you ever work from home?
Yes, all of the time
Sometimes
Every now and then
No
I don't know
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Pick an architectural style.
Traditional
Spanish
Southwest
Craftsman
Ranch
Rustic
None of these
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Do you want to live in a popular tourist destination?
Yes
No
I don't know
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Question 10/10

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Do you prefer to live by salt or fresh water?
Salt
Fresh
Neither
Both
I don't know
Result
With an endless summer and miles of shoreline, it is no surprise that Americans are moving to Florida more than any other state in the nation. In fact, the median household income in Florida is $47,463. In 2017 you will receive an opportunity in Florida that is just too good to pass up. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

Florida

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Bigger houses set under even bigger skies is one reason to move to the Lone Star State, but it isn't the only reason. Between 2012 and 2014, employment in the Lone Star State grew 6.2%, 2.5 percentage points ahead of the national growth rate of 3.7%. In 2017 you will receive an opportunity in Texas that is just too good to pass up. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

Texas

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Americans may be attracted to South Carolina by its relatively inexpensive goods and services. The cost of living in South Carolina is among the lowest in the country, with goods and services costing just 90.5% of what they do nationwide.In 2017 you will receive an opportunity in South Carolina that is just too good to pass up. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

South Carolina

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The appeal to wear shorts all year long and be in close proximity to The Grand Canyon is one reason to move to this southwestern state, but it isn't the only one. In fact, the median household income in Arizona is $50,068 and the cost of living is relatively low. In 2017 you will receive an opportunity in Florida that is just too good to pass up. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

Arizona

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Colorado residents are subject to some of the lowest property taxes of any state, paying on average just 0.6% of median home value. Colorado also has the second highest educational attainment rate in the country, whereby 38.3% of all residents have at least a bachelor’s degree. In 2017 you will receive an opportunity in Colorado that is just too good to pass up. How did we do? Let us know in the comments section below.

Colorado

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