Austin Ranks No.15 Most Moved-To City in 2018

With major employers as Apple, Dell, and Whole Foods, it’s no wonder that Austin ranked as the 15th most moved-to destination in Updater’s Moving Trend Report 2018. Along with abundant job growth, Austin remains a unique city that fosters creativity and entrepreneurship. The city was ranked the #1 Top Place to Start a Business in 2016 thanks to their low taxes and high quality of life.

Buying property in Austin can be a huge financial incentive to movers looking to purchase a home, thanks to the city’s lack of state property tax. As for the day-to-day, Austin is home to a diverse range of attractions including the Congress Avenue Bridge Bats, the natural spring pool at Barton Springs, and a dynamic food scene. Add in Austin’s reputation as the Live Music Capital of the World, and this southern city has it all.

The Austin metro area’s population has boomed recently, bringing it to over 2 million. The median home value is $357,800, and the median household income is $60,939.

To learn more, read the full story at Austin Culture Map.

Dawn Macri
Dawn Macri

Dawn is a former content marketing intern at Updater. When she isn’t writing, researching, or creating content, you can find her cooking dinner with friends, exploring new neighborhoods, or plotting her next adventure.

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