If you're ready for a change of scenery in 2014, you're not alone -- millions of Americans change their residences each year in order to follow a job, experience a new lifestyle pace or sometimes just to forget that a season known as "winter" even exists.
But whatever the driving force might be, a city move has never been more popular -- but it depends on where you go. According to CNNMoney, which released Penske Truck Rental's annual list (see below for more) of top cities to move to in the country, certain metros are experiencing huge growth when compared to years prior. Well, except for Atlanta, which has snagged the No. 1 ranking for four consecutive years.
And while it might cost you more than it would have in years past to settle down in some of these areas, it's quite difficult to argue with the perks of fantastic weather, reasonable costs of living and thriving economies most of the list has to offer.
Source: Penske Truck Rental; National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo Bank provided data on median home prices and incomes. Home price forecasts from CoreLogic Case-Shiller. Penske compiled the list by tallying the number of consumer truck rental reservations for one-way moves that were made online and through its call centers last year.
To discover more details of the report, head over to CNNMoney.
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