The Best Mid-Sized Cities To Move To

Househappy —  December 19, 2013 — Leave a comment

Frisco, Texas, ranked #1 mid-size city

Sometimes you find yourself wanting a little less big city and a little more small town. The answer to that of course lies in the middle with a mid-sized city.

Movoto created a list of the best mid-sized cities. Here are the top 10:

1. Frisco, TX
2. Mckinney, TX
3. Cary, NC
4. Pembroke Pines, FL
5. Cape Coral, FL
6. Cedar Rapids, IA
7. Overland Park, KS
8. Sioux Falls, SD
9. Naperville, IL
10. Olathe, KS

The list was scored based on six criteria: number of homes for sale per capita, cost of living index, unemployment rate, median household income, crime rate rating and school quality rating. Each city was ranked from one to 100 based on their average scores from the criteria listed.

This article can be found in its original form on Movoto.

Photo: Rainchill via Wikimedia Commons



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