RelocateAmerica rates San Antonio very well


Whoo-Hoo! You Go San Antonio! has named San Antonio one of the “Top 100 Places to Live for 2010.” Also as part of this national recognition, San Antonio was recognized as the fifth city in the “Top 10 Overall Cities” category and the fifth in the “Top 10 Recovery Cities in America” category. cites San Antonio as a city with one of the strongest economies in the country that is “poised for swift economic recovery.”

“San Antonio’s inclusion on this list is confirmation that our city is making positive progress on a host of quality of life issues,” said Mayor Julián Castro. “Whether it’s increasing our brainpower or revitalizing the urban core in sustainable ways, San Antonio is doing what it needs to do to be a leader in the 21st century economy.”

With a population of more than 1.3 million, San Antonio was selected for the honor based on employment and housing rates from the previous year, crime statistics, current economic climate and cultural opportunities. According to, San Antonio is praised for its strong economy and tourist offerings like the Riverwalk and Alamo.

“I am pleased that San Antonio has been recognized nationally as a top city to live, work and play,” said City Manager Sheryl Sculley. “This recognition further affirms our position as being a great city that provides both a high quality of life and an environment for families and businesses to prosper.” is a website that provides home buyers and sellers with access to relocation resources. This is the 13th year the site has published a list of the top places to live in the United States.

See the San Antonio city website here 

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