Every year, people are on the move. Some are leaving for work, others for college. However, there are a few cities that are losing people more frequently than others. Continue reading Cities That Are Losing People: Where Americans Are Fleeing
Despite growing unrest over the high cost of living, Seattle is still chugging along. In fact, the population of Seattle is rising Continue reading Fastest Growing City? Population of Seattle Higher Than Ever.
It’s no surprise that spring is a prime moving month. The winter is over and the weather is nice without being too unbearable. However, for some states, moving this spring seems more likely than others. Continue reading Moving This Spring: Nevada And Delaware Top List
New York and California have always been high-tax states. However, the new tax bill may be causing a migration shakeup. High coastal taxes, primarily in NY and CA will cause residents to flee these states, according to economists. Continue reading High Coastal Taxes Will Cause Exodus, Economists Say
It’s no secret that California has a high cost of living. While the state’s economy is strong, a growing housing bubble has some concerned. With cost of living increasing every year, many residents are moving to Arizona in search of a better way of life. Continue reading California Residents Are Moving to Arizona
Moving trends come and go, but for the time being this one doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. Real estate is all about location, location, location. While jobs are always a priority, property taxes may be the next big thing. Continue reading Moving Trends: Making Property Taxes A Priority
The city of Chicago is losing people and a new study may reveal why. High taxes and a rising cost of living are part of the problem. Continue reading Chicago Is Losing People: Here’s Why It’s Happening
California home prices are skyrocketing and many residents are leaving the bay area. Seattle is a popular destination for the 16,000 residents who left San Francisco and the surrounding areas in the last quarter of 2017. However, for those staying in-state, Sacramento was the number one destination. Continue reading Thinking of Leaving The Bay Area? Try Sacramento