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Moving to the West Coast? Here Are a Few Areas to Consider

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There’s a reason so many songs have been written about the west coast. For years, people from all over the United States have been migrating to the west coast in search of fame, fortune, or just to chase their dreams. The west coast gives off a vibe that anything is possible, and any dream you have, no matter how big, is within reach. If you’re considering moving to the west coast, here are a few of the most popular areas to consider planting your roots. Looking to go whale watching in Los Angeles? Davey’s Locker whale watching cruises are frequently one of the most popular things to do in Los Angeles.  

Los Angeles, California

“Made up my mind, make a new start

Goin’ to California with an achin’ in my heart…”

When it comes to the west coast, it doesn’t get much better than California. Whether you’re looking for Oakland houses for sale or are in the market for something a little more south, like San Diego, there really isn’t a bad place to live in California. Los Angeles is one of the most popular west coast cities to live in, and for good reason. Los Angeles is the perfect city for anyone looking to break into the entertainment industry, whether it be actors, musicians, artists, or even those who would rather work behind the camera than in front of it. If you want to chase your dreams, Los Angeles is the place to do it. The weather in Los Angeles is also beautiful, with mostly sunny days and mild weather.

Please also don’t forget that California is one of the wealthiest states in the U.S. and new businesses here are booming! So if you ever dreamed of starting your own company – don’t hesitate and start your business in California.

Seattle, Washington

“I miss you

I’m goin’ back home to the west coast

I wish you woulda put yourself in my suitcase…”

For musicians and lovers of music alike, Seattle, Washington is the perfect place to live. Often thought of as the birthplace of the grunge music genre, Seattle has seen many famous bands and musicians rise from the city, including Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, and Modest Mouse. There are countless venues, bars and clubs around the city where you can catch live music pretty much any night of the week, meaning there is always something fun and exciting to do in Seattle. The city is also widely recognized for it’s great coffee, and fun fact: did you know that the first ever Starbucks was founded in Seattle?

Portland, Oregon

“Down on the West Coast, I get this feeling like

It all could happen…”

If you’re a lover of the outdoors, Portland, Oregon may very well be the city for you. Portland is known for it’s breathtakingly beautiful scenery and hiking trails, making it the perfect city for nature enthusiasts. Portland is the kind of place you can kick your feet up with a hot cup of tea and marvel at the beauty of your surroundings, no matter what part of the city you live in. There are also tons of great restaurants and cafes in downtown Portland, perfect for unwinding after a long hike through the mountains. If you’re considering moving to the west coast, definitely give Portland a chance to work it’s magic on you. 

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Christopher Stern
Christopher Stern is a Washington-based reporter. Chris spent many years covering tech policy as a business reporter for renowned publications. He has extensive experience covering Congress, the Federal Communications Commission, and the Federal Trade Commissions. He is a graduate of Middlebury College. Email:[email protected]

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