2) New York, New York
Coming in second to Las Vegas is one of the country’s most famous metropolitans – New York City. Californians coming from San Francisco and Los Angeles will feel right at home with the hustle-bustle of this face-paced east coast city. The 7.3% of California migrants moving here want to be in the middle of the action – and that’s exactly what they’ll get! New York city has the highest real estate prices on this list and they are well above the national average with a 2017 listing price of $439,000. However, buying property in New York City is a bargain when compared to the sky-high median of $720,000 in California! Californians certainly aren’t missing out on any excitement by moving to the Big Apple. New York residents enjoy Central Park, Broadway shows, and more world-class museums in one area than most other cities. Life is definitely good in NYC.
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