Where should I move to?

My husband and I are moving back to the U.S.after 9 years of being abroad. All my family has now moved to Colorado. I don't particularly like it there . (Overpopulated, too dry, bare, with a lack of hardwood trees and lakes). Should we move to the northeast where my heart is, or move near family? Our young children would have cousins, grandparents etc in Colorado. My husband might prefer the milder winters of Colorado..
Or should we move to somewhere with better jobs, (potentially) and better housing (more land, lower cost, safer neighborhood)?
So hard to know what is best for us. Help!

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BlueTurkey
I would say move some place with better jobs, and better housing. Yes, family is important, then maybe you and your husband should decide on a place close by to your family, that also meets your standards of good jobs and housing.
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gothicskittlescupcake
I would move somewhere with better jobs,and better housing! =^·^=
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kyonna
Vegas
on April 03, 2015
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Parabolic
East Tennessee is fairly calm and usually is very pretty and we rarely have bad winters (especially in the valley) its safe and the cost of living is pretty low
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Mr.Slinky
If you're looking for friendly enviroment with phonominal weather and scenery move to south Utah near taho. Literally the only problem with that place is cost
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But upside is no property taxes
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