People are moving out of the most expensive cities more than they’re moving in

Chris Kirkham for the WSJ:

Americans are leaving the costliest metro areas for more affordable parts of the country at a faster rate than they are being replaced, according to an analysis of census data, reflecting the impact of housing costs on domestic migration patterns.

h/t @nickoparsons

Tweet a comment

November 15, 2016 · city · cost of living · migration · census · chris kirkham · wsj

Previous:“Joy without obedience is frivolity; obedience without joy is moralism.”
Next:Stetzer on seeking understanding post-election and “white evangelicals”

· · · · ·