Dallas named one of the most popular cities to move to during the first half of 2022

by Patrick Regan

Dallas had one of the highest ratios of people moving in vs. those moving out during the first half of the year, a recent analysis found. 

The data from MoveBuddha showed Dallas was No. 2 among major cities with a ratio of 1.7 people moving in for every person leaving from January through June. Austin, San Antonio and Houston also made the top 10.

The analysis found that state-to-state moves have slowed down during the first half of the year compared to 2020 and 2021, when pandemic-driven relocation was on the rise.

The top 10 major cities for the ratio of people moving in vs. moving out, according to MoveBuddha, in order: Charlotte, N.C. (1.82 to 1); Dallas (1.7); Austin, Texas (1.49); Denver (1.38); San Antonio (1.24); Houston (1.23); Miami (1.21); Phoenix (1.19); Las Vegas (1.18) and Atlanta (1.17).

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