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Where Should I Move Quiz

Have you been thinking about moving to a new address lately? Choosing the right location for your new home can be a challenge. That is why we want to share with you this Where Should I Move Quiz. Picking the wrong destination for your relocation could easily have negative consequences. If you’re not happy with your new home, you will not be as driven to work on yourself, socialize, or take advantage of all the opportunities that come your way. This is why you should make sure you do all you can to make the right decision. Take a look at our test, ask yourself these questions, give us the answers, and we’ll tell you which city, town, or a state in the US would make the most suitable home for you.

Whether You’re a 1980s Baby or a Millennial - We Know the Ideal Choice For You

Don’t worry, this quiz isn’t some made-up five-minute entertainment. We’re not trying to choose a place for your new home based on your zodiac sign. You will be presented with a test with questions and statements regarding your personality, habits, daily routine, hobbies, preferences, career, and so on. Based on this information, you can create quite a good idea of what the ideal choice for a clean slate in your life would be. 
Where Should I Move Quiz

Tell Us About Your Hobbies, Recent Experiences, and Preferences

Time to take the quiz! Prepare a pen and paper for this test, write down the cities we recommend based on your choices. By the end, you will have a list of the best places to move to.

A Quick Personality Test

Before we tell you what the right location for you is, we need to get to know your personality better. Read the following questions and statements in our test and decide on your answers.

I prefer summer activities, water sports, and warm weather to gloomy winter days.

  • Yes. If you enjoy warm weather, your ideal destination is a destination that offers summer temperatures year-round. You should look into cities and towns in California and Florida. And if you don’t mind being further away from the ocean, we would definitely recommend Arizona as well.
  • No. Whether you’re a winter sports enthusiast or simply don’t like sweating waterfalls, there are cities all across the US that offer lower average yearly temperatures. Have you considered moving to Alaska? If you’d prefer staying in mainland US, we’d like to recommend the Dakotas.
  • Neither. If you are somewhere in between, or simply undecided, you’ll be happy to know that most locations in the country offer a fair share of both - colder winters and warmer summers.
Do you prefer water sports to skiing and snowboarding?

I’d rather live close to work and walk than commute.

  • Yes. If you’re a fan of walking, you’ll be interested to learn that some of the most walkable cities in the United States are Washington, D.C., Oakland, CA, Chicago, IL, and, of course, New York, NY.
  • No. If you prefer the comfort of your car, here are some locations you should look into: Tucson, AZ, Greensboro, NC, and Fresno, CA. In general, you should avoid larger cities, as they tend to be quite a drag to drive through.
I’m looking for a family-friendly neighborhood

I recently graduated and am a career-oriented person.

  • Yes. Many cities in America are great for young professionals and established experts alike. These include Scottsdale, AZ, Orlando, FL, and Colorado Springs, CO, to name a few. If you are a young and aspiring professional, you’ll be happy to learn there is a long list of cities that will cater to your career-oriented needs.
  • No, I am family-focused. Do you find it more important to live in a family-friendly area? Then some of the locations you should look into include Beaverton, OR, Ann Arbor, MI, and Moscow, ID. They all share a community spirit, offer great schooling options, and have numerous amenities.
  • No, I’m trying to have fun. If you are at the age where your career and family aren’t that big of a factor yet, and you’re just trying to have some fun and meet people to share a beer with before you settle down, we have some recommendations. Why not look into moving to Miami, FL, New York, NY, or San Diego, CA?

The City Preference Quiz

Of course, the kind of person you are is only one of the deciding factors when it comes to choosing the right place for yourself. You should also think about what kind of place exactly are you looking for.

I prefer big cities to smaller towns.

  • Yes. Do the lights of a metropolis brimming with people always leave you speechless? Then you’re bound to fall in love with cities such as New York, NY, Miami, FL, or Chicago, IL. In fact, pretty much every state in the country boasts at least one large city that offers all the opportunities you could imagine and thousands of people to share memories with.
  • No. Luckily, our country also abounds in quiet small towns for people who prefer that kind of a lifestyle. Ever heard of Traverse City, MI, Jacksonville, OR, or Dahlonega, GA?
  • I’d rather move to the country. If the countryside, ranches, and open areas are more of your jam, you can rest assured there is a perfect location for you in the U.S. The states of Kansas, Texas, and Wisconsin offer some great choices.
I prefer big cities to smaller towns.

I’d rather live on the beach than inland.

  • Yes. The most popular beachfront cities to move to include, among others, Santa Monica, CA, Honolulu, HI, and Ocean City, MD. They all have their fair share of a city-vibe while still being close to the beach and water.
  • No. If you don’t care much for the beach, you should look into some of the greatest inland cities in the United States. These include Minneapolis, MN, Santa Fe, NM, and Asheville, NC. 
I’d rather live on the beach than inland.
Of course, the most important thing you should take into consideration when deciding where you would like to move to is the simple question: where do I want to live? We’re sure you have some top choices on your mind already. Whether it is the town you grew up in or one where your best friend is, we all have particular preferences. Be honest with yourself and acknowledge these wishes when making your final decision. No test we share can truly tell you what you want - only you know that.

More Articles to Help You Choose

Are you still not sure where you would like to move to, even after taking our quiz? No need to worry - we’ve prepared some more articles and blog posts to help you reach your decision. Check out our list of the best cities to live in the United States. You might also be interested in learning everything you need to know if you’re planning to move to the countryside, the suburbs, a big city, or simply a state you have never been to.
Have you chosen the best destination for yourself yet? Then don’t waste any more time, give Cross Country Moving Company a call and let us help you with your relocation. From moving services to auto transport, we do it all. Give us a call today and one of our customer service agents will provide you with a quote for our services and answer all your questions. We are looking forward to helping you move.