A quarter of U.S. home buyers intend to relocate to smaller cities & towns

One quarter of home buyers say they’re planning to move from their current residence, with many saying the COVID-19 pandemic has convinced them to relocate to smaller towns and cities. Redfin reported last week that its database of more than one million house hunters shows that a record 27% are looking to move to a

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Parents with newborn babies increasingly moving to cheaper markets

Americans who moved in the past year tended to move into less-expensive housing markets, a trend that is magnified when looking at women with a newborn baby ­– and can mean a difference of more than $100,000 in some markets. Across the country, women with a newborn who moved in the past year – whether

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Buyers relocating South drive up Florida’s luxury real estate markets

With more buyers relocating from the north of the U.S. to the south, two counties in Florida have topped the country’s list of fastest-growing luxury real estate markets.

Urban migration is not a new thing

Urbanization is happening more rapidly than at any time previously, with the rich, college-educated and childless being among the most likely to migrate to the city.

Census: The US Population is Migrating South

The population is shifting to the South. Between 2010 and 2013, 51 percent of the population increase in 52 major metro nationwide was in the South, according to U.S. Census Bureau data.

Bihar’s Economic Growth Creating Problems for Rest of India

The state of Bihar in India has recently been enjoying substantial economic growth after years spent lagging behind other states due to increased government expenditure and private investment, and this has allowed the economy to grow by a massive 14% in 2010 and 2011. This is one of the fastest rates in the whole country,

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More Americans Are Deciding To Stay Put As Recession Hits Home

People in the U.S. are no longer flocking to the southern states to bask in the warm sunshine in the numbers that they used to before the housing crisis hits home, according to a new study. The Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire found that the trend of migration from colder northern states

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