"If you don't own a home, buy one. If you own a home, buy another one. If you own two homes, buy a third. And, lend your relatives the money to buy a home." ~John Paulson
Brooklyn, New York
In northwestern Brooklyn, Park Slope is known for its "creative capital" and boasts wide streets lined by historic brownstones. Residents enjoy a bounty of excellent eateries, lively pubs and fun shops The Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Museum, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music are all close at hand.
Hyde Park, charming, tree-lined and historic, is north of downtown Austin and peppered with colorful bungalows and elegant Victorian homes. Residents enjoy a sense of community and an appreciation for Austin's unofficial motto, "Keep Austin Weird."
Key West, Florida
In balmy Key West's Old Town district, The Meadows is a charming 24-square-block neighborhood with traditional eyebrow houses, conch houses and shotgun houses on narrow, one way streets. Quiet and private, the neighborhood is also near an art gallery or two and about six blocks from lively, touristy Duval Street.
Division-Clinton is a homey, up and coming neighborhood in southeatern Portland and known for its eclectic real estate, fun annual fair, funky shops and outstanding restaurant scene, including one of the country's best Thai eateries, a vegan ice cream shop, an upscale Italian restaurant and a Fijian bar with a mildly hallucinogenic root drink.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Sunrise Intracoastal is a beautiful, tropical waterfront neighborhood on a peninsula in Fort Lauderdale. Close to a popular shopping venue and the beach, it has breathtaking water views, tree-lined streets, palatial single family homes, tall condominiums and a suprisingly wide range of home prices.
Asheville, North Carolina
Peaceful, leafy Lakeview Park is on the northern edge of resident-owned Beaver Lake, once novelist Thomas Wolfe's stomping grounds, and has classic early- and mid-20th century homes, meandering lanes, a 10 acre bird sanctuary, a golf course and more.
Trendy Ballard sits next to Puget Sound's Shilshole Bay and is one of Seattle's most popular neighborhoods, with eclectic architecture, a fun farmers' market, fashionable eateries, hip shops and stunning water views.
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