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Scottsdale, Ariz. named one of the 10 best cities to relocate

When faced with anything from a job change to a family obligation, finding a new city to relocate to could be a challenge.

Thanks to Lincoln Property Company, they’ve made the search a little easier for you.

Here are 10 cities to consider when looking to relocate.

Boulder, Colorado

Boulder: a city of many beautiful sights. The town tucked away in Colorado houses endless biking and hiking trails to meet all your outdoor adventure needs.

Austin, Texas

Also known as one of the most pet-friendly cities in the nation, Austin highlights furry friends, food trucks and live music for citizens looking to relocate to a fast-moving city.

Scottsdale, Arizona

Scottsdale is perfect for those who want to live a life of luxury on a budget. The cosmopolitan city is also home to many culinary geniuses who will fill your palette, no matter what you’re in the mood for.

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Minneapolis will suit any adventurer, with its many amazing parks. With 20 lakes in the area, the town is great for biking and hiking. Just don’t forget a jacket in the winter!

Cincinnati, Ohio

Cincinnati is the perfect spot for those looking to relax in the ideal American lifestyle with its array of sports, beer and food. The town is also home to the Reds, the nation’s first baseball team.

Knoxville, Tennessee

If you’re feeling a little more country, head to Knoxville, also known as the streaking capital of the world. You can put on some clothes and visit the Market Square District and enjoy some classic country music and get a taste of real Southern BBQ.

Oak Park, Illinois

Right outside the Windy City, Oak Park is home for those looking to experience city life while getting away from the hustle and bustle. Put some change in the bank — living here tends to be a little more expensive.

Richmond, Virginia

Living in the birthplace of famous poet Edgar Allen Poe, has appealed to the wants of many young professionals, who make up a majority of the population. But don’t worry — the town itself is not very “Poe” at all. Take a stroll down James River, explore the 17th Street Farmer’s Market, or attend a NASCAR event and maybe be inspired to write some poems of your own.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

It’s not called the City of Brotherly Love for no reason. Home to history, education, and culture, Philly displays a lot of amazing history and has over 2,000 outdoor murals. Plus, how can you beat a Philly cheese steak!

San Diego, California

With a prime location right on the Pacific Ocean, who wouldn’t want to live in San Diego? The average daily temperature is 70 degrees and displays over 70 miles of coastline, making the coastline city a near paradise.