Austin, Texas was ranked number one among America’s fastest-growing cities by the consumer finance website, MagnifyMoney. Provo, Utah was named No. 2, followed by Raleigh, N.C. at No. 3, Charleston, S.C. at No. 4, Nashville, Tenn. at No. 5, and Denver at No. 6.
In fact, six Texas cities made the top 25 with 5 of them ranking in the top 15. Dallas, San Antonio, McAllen, Houston made the top 15 with the ranks of 7, 9, 10, and 11, respectively. El Paso ranked 24 on the list.
The clear star of the show is number one ranked Austin, which has become America’s superlative economy over the past decade. Here are the 25 fastest-growing cities in the United States. The study’s methodology ranks cities based on multiple growth factors, including population, number of housing units, labor force, unemployment rate, median income and business growth.
Here are the top 25 fastest-growing cities in the United States, 2018:
- Austin, Texas
- Provo, Utah
- Raleigh, North Carolina
- Charleston, South Carolina
- Nashville, Tennessee
- Denver, Colorado
- Dallas, Texas
- Boise, Idaho
- San Antonio, Texas
- McAllen, Texas
- Houston, Texas
- Ogden, Utah
- Charlotte, North Carolina
- Orlando, Florida
- Des Moines, Iowa
- Durham, North Carolina
- Fort Myers, Florida
- Salt Lake City
- San Jose, California
- Seattle, Washington
- Portland, Oregon
- San Francisco, California
- Colorado Springs, Colorado
- El Paso, Texas
- Sarasota, Florida
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