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5 Growing Cities to Consider Moving Your Family to in 2020

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, USA city skyline.

If you want to move to a new place with your family, there are plenty of great cities across the U.S. to call home. Many of the best cities for families are rapidly growing and feature competitive home rates, terrific infrastructure and plenty of attractions to keep everyone entertained. Here are five growing cities that you may want to consider moving to with your family in 2020.

Topeka

The state capital of Kansas is known for its thriving industries and low cost of living. Homes for sale here can be found for much cheaper than you’d expect to pay in many other parts of the country. Jobs in the industrial, banking and education fields largely dominate the local economy. The city’s growth is further attributed to the many young people who move to Topeka to attend Washburn University. Topeka is also known for its art and cultural institutions such as the Kansas Museum of History and The Upstage Gallery. Other local attractions include the Topeka Zoo, Old Prairie Town and the Equality House.

Myrtle Beach

This coastal city in South Carolina offers the best of Southern Hospitality and is known for its friendly locals and laidback quality of life. This section of beach known as The Grand Stand features many hotels, shops, and restaurants and helps fuel Myrtle Beach’s tourism industry. Local amusement parks that feature rides and waterslides also help bolster the city’s economy. Myrtle Beach’s world-class golf courses have hosted renowned tournaments and continue to draw avid golfers from all over the world. The Sun Fun Festival and other fun annual events provide additional entertainment. There are also plenty of great Myrtle Beach real estate options available that will make finding the perfect home for you and your family easier.

Torrance

Located just south of Los Angeles, this Southern California city is close to many popular attractions and situated along the beautiful coastline of the Pacific Ocean. Disneyland, Hollywood and other top local places of interest can be reached in less than an hour by car if the traffic is decent. Torrance is also known for its fantastic weather with frequent sunshine and warm temperatures throughout the year. Many Japanese and Korean immigrants have decided to call Torrance home and have helped add more cultural diversity to the community. Jobs in the automotive and medical fields are plentiful here, and you’ll be able to send your kids to some of the best schools in California if you choose to relocate to Torrance.

Louisville

A move to this famous Kentucky city may be in order if you want to raise your children in an environment that’s safe and friendly. Louisville’s crime rates are considerably lower than the national average despite the city’s continual growth. Home to the Kentucky Derby, Louisville also hosts annual events such as the Bourbon Classic and the Blues, Brews & BBQ Festival. According to U.S. News & World Report, Kentucky’s main industries include aerospace, manufacturing, and livestock, and you may have luck finding a good-paying position in one of these fields. You’ll also be able to get a great deal on a home here thanks to the city’s thriving housing market that’s ideal for homebuyers.

Ann Arbor

Just west of Detroit lies this quintessentially American city in Michigan. With its relatively low cost of living and excellent schools, it’s no wonder why people continue to settle down in Ann Arbor. The University of Michigan is one of the country’s most acclaimed schools for higher learning and also receives a lot of attention for its exceptional sports teams. Many people come to Ann Arbor for the excellent health care that the local medical facilities provide. High tech and biotechnology are among the city’s leading industries. The city’s business environment is so good that some big-name companies, such as Domino’s Pizza and Zingerman’s Delicatessen, have established their headquarters here.

Moving to any of these cities can give you the new start that your family needs to be happier. Whether you choose to move for the career opportunities, fun attractions or affordable cost of living, these prime spots in the U.S. are sure to not leave you disappointed.

Tim Esterdahl

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