Items Tagged with 'Migration'

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  • More Americans are moving to these affordable inland markets

    In San Francisco, less than 1% of homes are affordable on the U.S. median income
    Spring home buying season is heating up, ushering millions of prospective buyers into the housing market. But while economic headwinds continue to impact American wallets, which housing markets are actually affordable for these eager shoppers?
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  • Here's where homeowners are relocating

    American homeowner migration ticked up in Q4 of 2018
    According to Redfin’s latest migration analysis, 25% of home searchers looked to relocate to another metro in the fourth quarter of 2018. This percentage is a slight increase from 23% in 2017, and now sits as the highest recorded level in Redfin history. Read to find out where homeowners are heading.
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  • Report: Americans keep relocating, here's where

    Nearly 70% of migrating New Jerseyans relocated out of state
    United Van Lines recently revealed that a substantial number of Americans relocated to Western and Southern states throughout 2018, according to its Annual National Movers Study. University of California Professor and Economist Michael Stoll said migration is being driven by factors like job growth, lower costs of living, state budgetary challenges and more temperate climates.
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  • LendingTree: Americans are moving south

    Florida is the No. 1 destination for relocating homebuyers
    LendingTree’s latest migration analysis revealed that 12.1% of American homebuyers who relocate to different states prefer to call the south home. Notably, Florida is the No. 1 destination for homebuyers moving from 15 of the 50 states.
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  • Is lack of affordability triggering an exodus from coastal markets?

    Redfin data suggests homeowners are relocating to less expensive inland markets
    As mortgage rates continue to climb in expensive coastal cities, more and more people are migrating to affordable markets, according the latest data from Redfin. Redfin Chief Economist Daryl Fairweather said buyers are increasingly cost-conscious, and seeking more affordable homes in low-tax states in the South and middle of the country.
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  • Redfin: Are high taxes planting the seeds of a coastal exodus?

    People are getting restless and it could mean new demand for sleepy markets
    People are fleeing high taxes on the coasts for more affordable markets in the interior. According to a report from Redfin, 24% of Redfin's website users who were searching for a home in the second quarter looked to move away to a new metro area. This is a 3% increase in restlessness over last year at this time.
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