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New York vs Los Angeles, which city should I live in? Needs to be family friendly. Also is San Francisco better than Los Angeles?

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  • New York vs Los Angeles, which city should I live in? Needs to be family friendly. Also is San Francisco better than Los Angeles?


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Answer #1 | 11/01 2017 17:26
Your questions have a common theme. Money is no object and you want to live someplace "fun". Yes, you throw other things in occasionally but these are the two primary things you keep asking about. First, the only way money is "no object" is either if you are daydreaming, independently wealthy and you don't need to work, or you have very rich relatives who again won't require you to work. If money was truly no object you could get a place in all three cities without even a second thought and you would be talking to a realtor instead of a bunch of anonymous people on the Internet. So based on that and your previous questions I am leaning toward the first possibility. With that said, the place you should move to is a place you can A)Find a Job and B)Earn enough to be able to afford the cost of living. NYC, LA, and SF all have an extremely high Cost of Living. If you have a job offer in all three cities, then it really depends on what specific things interest you, and "family friendly" just is too generic of a requirement. As that could mean, schools, parks, other activities or a combination of all of that. But if you are truly looking for the best place to raise a family and "family friendly". Then none of those would be the best choice. You are going to want to look at places such as Rockville Maryland, Chandler Arizona to name a couple.
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Answer #2 | 11/01 2017 17:19
Please define "family friendly". Cities are only amenable to children when there is lots of money to go around, to be selective about schools and neighborhood. Large cities have sub-sections and outlying areas and are not easily considered as a whole for a move. There is no better or worse to any particular place as it is based on personal preferences, employment generally or other financial status, and conditions and situations of the people involved. If you have enough money to choose, you don't need anyone's opinions. In naming 3 cities, you refer to actually hundreds of places of different lifestyles.
Positive: 71 %
Answer #3 | 11/01 2017 17:16
Unless you have a very good salary all three are very, very expensive to live in. If I had to choose a city in California, I would opt for San Diego.
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