It’s often said that the East coast has more evident European roots. As Europeans first landed in the East and began building their colonies, much of this coast’s architecture and its smaller towns bear striking resemblance to the European homes of those who built it. The architecture is like a walk through the history books. Some of the most historic sites include the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, the Lincoln Memorial and White House in Washington, D.C., and Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia. In New York alone, you can learn about immigration at Ellis Island and see the influences of so many cultures all around. Really, everywhere you look you can spot a building or place that has historical significance. Besides the Nation's Capital, NYC, Charming Charleston, SC., The list can go on and on. A huge portion of the nation's industrial leaders set up shop on the East Coast. If you find your job relocating to Mid-Atlantic - Virginia, Delaware or Florida you should set up a free consultation with myself and team to help navigate you through your relocation.