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12 Tips for Living in Patillas, Puerto Rico, US

By kakalee

An expat talks about what it's like living in Patillas, Puerto Rico. The beaches are beautiful, there are wonderful bakeries and lots of Dominicans and Americans who have moved down from New York. Local food is great, but ethnic food (i.e. Chinese) is much better in San Juan. Continue Reading

12 Tips for Living in New York, , US

By adminee

New York is a love it or hate it city. I love it for so many reasons - the grittiness, the green spaces, the people. New York has something for everyone. If you're moving to NYC, this is a great starting point for expats. Continue Reading

11 Things to Know Before Moving to Annapolis, Maryland

By adminee

With its bustling downtown and beautiful waterfront dotted with yachts, sailboats and marinas, Annapolis, Maryland is a great city for expats who are working in the D.C./Baltimore area. Here are 10 things to know before moving to Annapolis, Maryland. Continue Reading

11 Tips for Living in Washington DC

By adminee

Expats in Washington D.C. have access to a number of well known private and public international schools, an extensive Metro system, embassies, year round cultural activities and events, museums, restaurants and a diverse population of people from all over the world. Continue Reading

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West Orange, US

3 Bedroom / 3 Full Bath / 1 Half Bath

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Price: US $4500.00/Monthly

Living Space: 2,072 sq. feet

House for Rent in West Orange, New Jersey, US

Spacious Ranch on quiet street with gleaming hardwood floors, large kitchen & lovely backyard with patio. Well-maintained & close to shops, schools and access to NYC Bus and trains! Plenty of space arranged in a flowing, versatile floor plan with hardwood floors. Spacious Kitchen with tons of storage. Large Living Room & Dining Rooms with hardwood floors, plus Living room, Office/Den, Family Room & Foyer. Bedrooms with ample closets and hall bath with tub & shower. Finished Lower level with extra full bath, Rec Room and bonus room, plus ample storage. Nest thermostat, Security system.

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Los Angeles, US

4 Bedroom / 3 Full Bath / Half Bath

Furnished

Price: $5900000

Living Space: 4000

House for Sale in Los Angeles, California, US

Unforgettable retreat at the foot of Runyon Canyon Park in one of Old Hollywood’s most charming areas. Inspired by Italian modernism + Japanese architecture, this magnificent mini-estate totals 4100 SQ FT, designed by Stern+Kind, featuring an astonishing 21-foot-tall perforated brass façade.

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Culture-Shock-in-Northern-VirginiaAn Expat Talks about Culture Shock & Living in Northern Virginia, United States

Be as open and as friendly as you can be. You may find friends that are a different age or nationality from those you had at home. Treat yourself to the odd magazine or candy from your home country and skype.

Be as open and as friendly as you can be. You may find friends that are a different age or nationality from those you had at home. Treat yourself to the odd magazine or candy from your home country an...

Living-in-ChristianstedAn Expat Discusses Living in Christiansted, United States

An expat talks about life in Christiansted, St. Croix following Hurricane Maria in September of 2017. The oil refinery closed, tourism was down and jobs were hard to come by. But, the situation is improving since refinery has reopened and there are reconstruction jobs. She wouldn't advise someone to move to St. Croix right now unless they don't need to work.

An expat talks about life in Christiansted, St. Croix following Hurricane Maria in September of 2017. The oil refinery closed, tourism was down and jobs were hard to come by. But, the situation is i...

NYC Hospitals

New York City is home to some of the most renowned hospitals in the world. If you're a NYC expat, you should familiarize yourself with NYC hospitals before a medical emergency or need arises. And, when you're choosing expat health insurance, you'll want to know which hospitals are included in network.

New York City is home to some of the most renowned hospitals in the world. If you're a NYC expat, you should familiarize yourself with NYC hospitals before a medical emergency or need arises. And, w...

International Schools in NYC

Expats living in NYC have many international and bilingual school choices -- international schools, bilingual schools, language immersion schools, IB World schools, British Schools and more. Here's a list of the most well-known international schools in NYC.

Expats living in NYC have many international and bilingual school choices -- international schools, bilingual schools, language immersion schools, IB World schools, British Schools and more. Here's a ...

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