United Lan Lines Annual National Moving Study (ULL) in its 46th edition indicated that Americans continued to move to low-density areas, which grew rapidly due to prioritization. Lifestyle, such as career change, retirement, and the desire to be closer to family,
According to results from the report, which tracks proprietary company data on state-by-state migration patterns of customers, Vermont experienced the highest percentage of inbound migration (77%) for the second year in a row. However, for the fifth year in a row, the study found that more residents moved out of New Jersey — in the country’s northeast — than any other state, with 67% relocating. New Jersey dropped out, down from a five-year trend of 70%,
The report, as well as the study and survey, which examines the motivations and effects behind Americans’ interstate moves, also found that more baby boomers and Gen Xers moved last year than any other age group, because Accounted for age 55 and over. Over 55% of all UVL inbound moves in 2022.
Additionally, the survey shows that the top motivations for commuting are the desire to be closer to family (35%, and still a top driver post-Covid), a new job/company transfer (33%, which is a as the decline continues) is included. driver post-Covid) and retirement (20%).
Oregon (in the American West) followed Vermont as the top entering state for 2022 with 67% admission percentage. In the Northeast region of the United States, several states – including Rhode Island (66%), Delaware (61%) and Washington, DC (59%) – were popular places to visit in 2022. , including South Carolina (61%), North Carolina (61%) and Alabama (58%).
,Key factors such as retirement, desire to be close to family and lifestyle changes affected by the pandemicWith current home prices, the pattern is pushed into motion in 2022,” said Michael A. Stoll, an economist and professor in the Department of Public Policy at the University of California, Los Angeles.
“The UVL study includes data that Americans are now moving from big cities to smaller cities, mostly in the South, some in the West, but even an increase in migration to the Northeast, which is not typical. we are also looking the millennium More young people are migrating to vibrant metropolitan economies like Washington, D.C. and Portland, Oregon,” Stoll said.
Additionally, Delaware, North Carolina and New Mexico (58%) join the list of the top 10 incoming states in 2022. Delaware and New Mexico cited retirement as the top motivation for moving to the states. In contrast, Wyoming (57%) and Pennsylvania (57%) ranked among the top 10 emitter states last year., Moving to a new job/employer change is cited as the top motivation for moving out of state.
“Our UVL study and survey provides year-over-year insight into where and why Americans are moving,” said Allie Cummings, UVL’s vice president of corporate communications. ,For the past several years, Idaho was a top destination as Americans migrated from northern California.Washington and even Oregon because of the similar lifestyle in the state.
With the influx of new residents, home prices and other costs of living tend to rise over time, and these popular destinations become hot spots for inflation. As a result, the publication noted that Americans are moving from expensive cities to less dense, more affordable areas.
The top coming states of 2022 were:
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- North Carolina
- Washington DC
- dakota del sur
- new Mexico
Four of the top ten entrant states (Vermont, Oregon, South Dakota, and New Mexico) are among the least densely populated states in the United States, with less than 100 people per km². South Dakota and New Mexico are in the top 10.
The main issuing states for 2022 were:
- new Jersey
- New York
Many states saw almost as many residents in as they did out. Missouri and Nevada are among these “balanced states”.