The question of where to live can be tough to answer, whether you’re looking for better bike lanes, quality schools, fine dining or just any place where you can land a job. There are Web sites that offer more contextual information about neighborhoods than you might find in a real estate listing or a Craigslist ad. Over the past week, I’ve been researching metropolitan areas using Upwardly Mobile and NabeWise. All three sites are free to use, and are meant to help you determine where you should live, based on different criteria. Walkscore is also available:
WHERE SHOULD I LIVE?