It’s Valentine’s in these cities all-year long

For those looking to reignite the spark in their relationship, what could be more romantic than moving to a city named after the most romantic day of the year? Chocolates and red roses are nice but a new home in Valentine, Arizona may be nicer. Looking to relocate to the mid-west, try Valentine, Texas or Valentine, Nebraska. East-coasters may find love in Valentine, Virginia as well.

Travel+Leisure once named San Diego one of America’s most romantic cities but Lovers Leap, California may have more appeal to those swept up in whirlwind romances. Venice and Paris may be okay for lovers who like to travel but what’s sweeter than living in Romance, Oklahoma?

It may be a small town but there’s a lot of love in Heart, Arkansas.

Today, lovebirds will find conforming no-point 30-year fixed mortgage rates are averaging 3.75 percent and 15-year rates are near 3.125 percent.

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