MOVING

TRENDS

New York and Los Angeles

drastically changed

are emptying out for more affordable places

in the last couple of years, due to the effects of pandemic and price increase. Once the most desired

With the

Many started looking for

this offers, it doesn’t make sense to remain in larger

This caused many to

smaller cities with big-city amenities

overly expensive cities.

flexibility

switch to remote work.

the most new residents in 2020 are:

Cities that

seems to be a very popular state where most people decided to stick around

GAINED

TEXAS

  • Katy, TX +4,414 
  • Richmond, TX +3,000 
  • Frisco, TX +2,604 

the most residents in 2020 are:

Cities that

LOST

  • New York, NY -110,978 
  • Brooklyn, NY -43,006 
  • Chicago, IL -31,347 

Following cities lost the most residents, since they are the most expensive

The Lone Star

has many

coming from California and Florida

and a variety of smaller towns. Texas has an inflow of more than

a low cost of living,

plenty of space,

attractive features

in 2020:

States that experienced the highest

NET GAIN

  • Minnesota +25,315 
  • New Jersey +25,738 
  • Texas +30,603 
  • North Carolina +37,971 
  • Michigan +45,408 

in 2020:

States that experienced the highest

NET LOSS

  • Florida -235,765 
  • New York -117,251 
  • California -87,750 
  • Arizona -41,923 
  • DC -15,638 

are replacing

These states are affordable for living. It is projected that

56% of Americans are planning to move in 2021.

New York, California, & Florida

Minnesota, Texas, & New Jersey

to your new destination.

we’re here to assist with

helped many residents relocate to their new homes short and long distances. If you’re

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planning to move,

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