10. Seattle, Washington Over the last decade, Seattle has consistently been one of the country’s fastest-growing cities.

9. Bellingham, Washington North of Seattle and just 21 miles away from the Canadian border, Bellingham is located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Between 2016 and 2019, the city's average yearly GDP grew to more than 8%, which is the second-highest in SmartAsset's rankings.

8. Vancouver, Washington The third Washington state city to land in SmartAsset's top 10, Vancouver sits on the Columbia River by the Oregon border.

7. Tempe, Arizona Tempe, a suburb in Phoenix, ranks highly across nearly all of the SmartAsset metrics.

6. Bend, Oregon Out of the 500 cities in SmartAsset’s study, Bend has the 10th highest five-year population change, at 18%. Likewise, businesses and housing in the area are booming.

5. Mount Pleasant, South Carolina Across the United States, household income is growing the fastest in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. Between 2014 and 2019, the median household income grew by more than 47%, which is roughly 25% higher than the national average.

Conroe, Texa Across the 500 cities included in SmartAsset's study, Conroe ranks fifth-highest for its five-year population increase (26.03%), paired with a fourth-highest rank for its five-year housing growth of 39.69%

3. Meridian, Idaho Meridian ties with Conroe, Texas as the third biggest boomtown in America. Between 2015 and 2020, its population increased by more than 31% – the third-highest residential growth score in the entire study.

2. Nampa, Idaho Business is booming in Nampa, a city neighboring Meridian in the Boise metropolitan area.

1. Murfreesboro, Tennessee America’s biggest boomtown is Nashville’s largest suburb, and is one of the fastest-growing cities in Tennessee.