Missouri City ranks no. 2 among best cities for home buying

Missouri City is featured prominently as one of the best cities for home buying viability in just released and latest moving report from moveBuddha: 101 Most Popular Mid-Size Cities for Movers in 2020.

According to a move report from moveBuddha listing the top 101 most popular mid-size cities to move to in 2020, apparently, there are quite a lot who like those Goldilocks-sized cities. Not only were Texas cities the #2 most popular, but Missouri City also stood out as one of the most opportune for those looking to buy a home.

Using a simple formula comparing Median Household Income to Median Home Value, the moveBuddha data analysts found that for about 2.2 years of a median salary home buyers could buy a median-sized home in the city.

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The list highlights cities between populations of 50-100,000 and Missouri City falls right in the middle of that with around 75,000 residents.

Visit the full report here for more details: 101 Most Popular Mid-Size Cities for Movers in 2020

Beyond that, Texas cities topped list after list no matter which way you diced it (top income to home value ratios, quality of life scores, and more.

With 15 total cities representing the Lone Star state, the state as a whole takes the #2 spot for popularity.

The most popular mid-size city with the most total moves for all moves to Texas mid-size cities is Leander. Following Leander are: Cedar Park, Georgetown, New Braunfels, Temple, Missouri City, Conroe, Longview, Pflugerville, San Marcos, Flower Mound, Rowlett, Texas City, Victoria, and Wylie.