Gadberry Group principal Larry Martin says despite recent economic hardships, some of the nation's most resilient areas continue to grow.
"This year the number-one spot went to Katy, Texas, where household growth seems unaffected by the economic conditions that challenge many parts of the nation," Martin said in a press release. "Katy topped the list with an 8.71 percent increase in households from 2009 to 2010."
Texas dominated the survey, landing four communities in the top 10.
Here's the compete top 10 list:
- Katy, Texas (Houston suburb)
- Haslet, Texas (Fort Worth suburb)
- Keller, Texas (Fort Worth suburb)
- Queen Creek, Arizona (Phoenix suburb)
- Lehigh Acres, Florida (Fort Myers suburb)
- Frisco, Texas (Dallas suburb)
- Casa Grande, Arizona (Phoenix suburb)
- South Jordan, Utah (Salt Lake City suburb)
- Lincoln, California (Sacramento suburb)
- Cary, North Carolina (Raleigh suburb)