Whether it's the warm weather, jobs or cheap cost of living, these are the top 10 cities Americans are moving to, according Penske Truck Rental's annual list.
Median income: $66,300
Median home price: $166,000
Home price growth forecast : 5.3%
Even though it was hit hard by the recession, Atlanta has claimed the top spot on Penske's list for four years running. Home to Coca-Cola, Home Depot and roughly a dozen other Fortune 500 companies, the city offers a range of job opportunities. And the cost of living is pretty cheap — less than half the cost of Manhattan — with much warmer weather (well… except for this winter).
Median income: $56,800
Median home price: $129,000
Home price growth forecast : 6.5%
Beaches, boating and baseball are among some of the top reasons people come to Tampa, which is a newcomer to the top cities list. Several Major League Baseball teams come here for Spring training and MacDill Air Force Base has long been one of the biggest employers in the area…
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