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Where Did Americans Move in 2018? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Where Did Americans Move in 2018? [INFOGRAPHIC] | Keeping Current Matters

Some Highlights:

  • Every year United Van Lines conducts their National Movers Study by tracking their customer’s movement state-to-state over the course of the year.
  • Vermont claimed the top spot of states with the highest percentage of inbound residents following a campaign that covered relocation costs for skilled workers who moved to the state.
  • The most common response for why someone relocated to another state was for a new job or company transfer.

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  1. Stan Sexton
    Stan Sexton says:

    Lots of people leaving New York, New Jersey and my state, California because of high costs and future increases in income, gas taxes, car registration, water and phones. Part of Newsom’s Utopia. Those of us in real estate call it “The U-Haul Factor”, because many people can’t afford moving company costs. Many of the people using moving companies are corporate or government relocations. Just ask U-Haul where the trucks go!

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