Have you been thinking about packing your bags and moving to a whole new place? I highly recommend it, as I've done it myself many times. I've made new friends and discovered some pretty cool things along the way. But if money is the issue, you might want to think about a few specific places where they will actually pay you to come and live there! Some of these places might not seem terribly attractive, while others could get you thinking. Happy Trails!


1. Niagara Falls, N.Y.

This city is looking for some new faces to move to town and take advantage of all it has to offer. They want you so badly that they're willing to pay you $3,500 per year for up to two years (if you've graduated in the past two years), with all money to be used toward paying off student loan debt.


2. Rural Kansas

Most of rural Kansas offers former students a program similar to Niagara Falls' student loan debt program. To be eligible, you must live in a Rural Opportunity Zone (there are about 50 counties to choose from). You could receive up to $15,000 in student loan payments. new residents can also receive tax waivers.


3. Milnor, N.D.

This town of 700, wants to add a few more to the population. And offering some unique deals: $500 toward the cost of installing sewer and water lines; free minimum on water, garbage, sewer and vector control for two years; an individual or family swimming pool pass and golf membership; and a school activities pass for one year.

There are more places willing to pay up to have you move in. Maybe this is your big chance for an adventure?