Good people are everywhere, if you're fun and helpful you'll attract fun and helpful and just land somewhere and you'll be highly likely just fine. Yes there are bad places with bad people but as most people are good the bad people are bunched up into small areas relatively easy to avoid.
Minimalist, just have the least, then you have less to move around.
Land and book in a hotel for week, then look to rent a room in a shared house with people sufficiently similar to you (e.g. same language to help you learn the basic local language). Then look to buy a house if your income is high enough if you're there for a year+. You can always repeat this moving around.
Don't associate owning property with where you live now location. Some people don't buy a house as they don't want to get roots, but are happy to rent and never figure they could buy a house and then rent it out if they don't to live there, an agent will happily take a fee and look after it for you. Those who delayed buying a house then regretted it as property prices increased. Those who did buy and felt bound regretted not moving around.