The economy in Indianapolis has staged a comeback, as the revival of the Big Three U.S. automakers has helped boost the region's many auto-industry related business.
It's a sprawling city, however, and many working people have moved to the outskirts in search of lower housing costs.
The new developments, built on cheap land in those far-flung neighborhoods, have kept price increases in check. Even as the metro area continues to grow -- the population is up 1% from 2000 to 2010 -- homebuyers can still find inexpensive places to live.
Whether it's the warm weather, jobs or cheap cost of living, these are the top 10 cities Americans are moving to, according Penske Truck Rental's annual list.
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