LinkedIn recently shared it's data with the public to determine which cities LinkedIn users changed their zipcodes to in 2020, and Austin, TX, was the most migrated to city in the U.S.

What does something like this mean for real estate? 

It's no secret that people are moving to Central Texas in large quantities. Inventory remains at record lows. With less home supply and more home buyer demand, our real estate market leans in favor of home sellers and makes a competitive market for those looking for their next home.

The RJF Team will have a solution for you and will aggressively stand up for our clients on the buying or selling side to make sure you are truly being taken care of. In the top-migrated-to market in the U.S, it matters now more than ever to have the RJF Team in your corner.

 

Top 10 Cities that gained the most newcomers between April  2020 and October 2020, according to LinkedIn:

Austin, Texas

- For every one person that moved out of Austin, 1.53 people moved in.

Phoenix, Arizona

- For every one person that moved out of Phoenix, 1.48 people moved in.

Nashville, Tennessee

- For every one person that moved out of Nashville, 1.48 people moved in.

Tampa, Florida

- For every one person that moved out of Tampa, 1.47 people moved in.

Jacksonville, Florida

- For every one person that moved out of Jacksonville, 1.46 people moved in.

Charlotte, North Carolina

- For every one person that moved out of Charlotte, 1.45 people moved in.

Dallas, Texas

- For every one person that moved out of Dallas, 1.35 people moved in.

Denver, Colorado

- For every one person that moved out of Denver, 1.34 people moved in.

Las Vegas, Nevada

- For every one person that moved out of Las Vegas, 1.32 people moved in.

Charleston, South Carolina

- For every one person that moved out of Charleston, 1.31 people moved in.

 

 

 

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