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Texas Remains the Place to Be

There is now more data to support the claim that Texas is the place to be.
There is now more data to support the claim that Texas is the place to be. According to a report by Forbes Magazine, 3 of the 5 fastest growing cities are in The Lone Star State.

The report used Moody's Analytics data on the 100 largest metro areas that compared projected economic-growth rates through 2016, the population growth rate, the current population and the median household income to determine their list.

Topping the list was Austin, with a projected economic-growth rate of 6.1 percent through 2016 and a population growth rate of 2.8 percent.  The capitol city has a current population of 1.8 million and a median household income of $56,613.

Second was our own Dallas-Fort Worth, with a projected economic-growth rate of 5 percent through 2016 and population growth of 2.2 percent. According to Forbes, the median income for the 6.23 million people living in DFW is $55,526.

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