United Van Lines recently released its annual inbound vs. outbound statistics for the nation as a whole.
The numbers bared out a lot of what had been discussed during the pandemic people were leaving the cities, and moving into the tertiary markets. Wilmington vs. Charlotte. Sarasota and Fort Myers vs. the large metro Florida cities.
Ohio itself was a net loss with 56% of the moves being outbound from the Buckeye state.
Top Five Cities To Move To
|1.||Wilmington, North Carolina||21%||79%|
|2.||Sarasota – Bradenton, Florida||22%||78%|
|5.||Fort Myers – Cape Coral, Florida||31%||69%|
Outside of Boise, all these cities are the “expected” locations in regards to retirement and being open for business. I’m guessing Idaho, is the northwest comparable to Oregon and Washington when people were allowed to work from home.
Top Five Cities To Leave
|1.||Nassau – Suffolk, New York||81%||19%|
|2.||Bergen – Passaic, New Jersey||81%||19%|
|3.||Trenton, New Jersey||76%||24%|
|4.||New York, New York||72%||28%|
|5.||Newark, New Jersey||72%||28%|
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