GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Moved To States

The most moved-to states in the United States are Texas, Florida, and California, with factors such as job opportunities, cost of living, and quality of life playing a role in people's relocation decisions.

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"Second to Idaho, South Carolina had the second-highest percentage of inbound moves with 64% in 2020."

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"Oregon was among the most moved-to states for several years before slipping to third place in 2020 with 62% of moves as inbound."

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"Arizona attracted a substantial number of movers with an inbound figure of 62% in 2020."

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"North Carolina was also a popular destination for movers in 2021 with 61% of moves inbound."

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"Tennessee was the 7th most moved to state in 2020 with 58% of moves inbound."

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"Alabama stood 8th with 57% of moves as inbound in 2020."

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"Florida was a top choice for movers in 2020, with 57% of moves inbound."

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"Arkansas ranked 10th among the most moved-to states with 56% of moves inbound."

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"Among United Van Lines customers, more than half of the moves to Alabama in 2020 were for job-related reasons."

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"In 2020, 37% of people moving to Florida did so for retirement."

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"The majority of moves to Oregon, 49%, were for job-related reasons."

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"In North Carolina, 43% of people moved for job-related reasons in 2020."

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"The capital city of South Carolina, Columbia, experienced an influx of 4,371 new residents in 2020."

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"Phoenix, in Arizona, was the fastest-growing city in the United States in 2020."

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"Tennessee experienced a net gain of 45,343 residents in 2020."

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"The state of Florida had the second-highest net migration figure in 2020 with a gain of 241,256 residents."

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