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Americans favoring city life, moving out of suburbs

Austin tops the list of cities attractive to migration, followed by Tampa, San Antonio, and Charlotte, but it is fascinating to note how far ahead Austin is from any other city, while Cleveland, Chicago and Detroit continue to see the opposite. Get more News at AGBeat 79% conversion rate if you return calls within 5 minutes. Get Better Voicemail. AG Partner
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