No mass exodus for California renters as 2022 begins – tap Telegram

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buzz: There hasn’t been a mass exodus of renters from California to start 2022 – as far as internet search habits show.

source: See the authoritative spreadsheet of immigration statistics for the first quarter from The website analyzed 1.7 million online searches for apartments by state, including the percentage of users who were looking to move out and how much local search came from elsewhere in the US

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Like I’ve said many times before – fewer people are leaving California and fewer are moving here.

For the start of 2022, 15.9% of Californians seemed to be looking for a new place to rent out of the state. This was the second lowest share among states. Arizona was the most popular place for Golden States to search for apartments.

16.2% of all rental searches in California came from outside the state. Again, this was the second lowest share in the country. And those who follow the California-Texas dispute will laugh that Lone Star residents have made the largest out-of-state searches for California rentals.


So, where was the first place for “outside” deportations – those potential exits out of the country?

The District of Columbia had 71% of its apartment seekers looking outside the area. It is followed by Vermont with 55%, Wyoming with 52%, New Hampshire with 50%, and West Virginia with 49%.

Conversely, only 15.7% Florida had a smaller slice of out-of-state appearance than California. Then came Texas with 17%, Arizona with 19%, and Utah with 21%.

Seven states were California whose residents were first target for out-of-state apartment searches – Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, Texas, Utah and Washington.

Next, consider those “insider” moves – the places with the most apartment searches and which might lead to more new neighbors.

The largest share of interior appearance was also DC, with 65% of searches coming from outside the region. It is followed by Alaska and Montana with 53%, Wyoming with 52%, and South Carolina with 51%.

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