Austin Ranks 9th Best City for Veterans

Once again, Austin has proven itself a worthy contender for the title “one of the best places to live in the U.S.”. Using 18 key metrics to find the best cities for veterans within the nation’s 100 largest metros, Wallethub ranks Austin, Texas as the 9th Best City for Veterans.

RealtorMAG reports that factors such as income growth, veteran unemployment rates, housing affordability, veteran population, educational opportunities, number of VA health facilities, and the number of veterans living below the poverty line, among others, were considered in the rankings.

Irvine, Calif. tops the list with having the nation’s highest veteran income growth and lowest veteran poverty rate. Here are the top 10 cities that made it to the Best City for Veterans rankings:

  1. Irvine, Calif.
  2. Scottsdale, Ariz.
  3. Raleigh, N.C.
  4. Orlando, Fla.
  5. Gilbert, Ariz.
  6. San Diego, Calif.
  7. El Paso, Texas
  8. Sacramento, Calif.
  9. Austin, Texas
  10. Lubbock, Texas

The report comes months after Austin steals the limelight and proves itself the best city for millenials, thanks to economic opportunities present for both small startups and large tech businesses.

Whether you are a veteran, millennial, or just somebody looking for a place where you can make your mark, it’s good to know that Austin presents a number of opportunities for you—whether you are looking into starting a business, raising a family, or simply investing in high-potential Austin real estate.

If you want to know more about the opportunities that await you on your move to Austin, let Cain Realty Group help you take the next step. And if you’re already living in Austin and thinking of relocating to another area within Austin, contact Cain Realty Group today to find out how we can make your move as easy and rewarding as possible!

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