7 States With The Most Net Migration in 2018

Each year, U-Haul ranks each state based on the net gain of one-way U-Haul trucks entering a state versus leaving that status during the calendar year based on over 2 million one-way U-Haul transactions. U-Haul states that “while migration trends do not correlate directly to population or economic growth, U-Haul growth data is an effective gauge of how well states and cities are attracting and maintaining residents.”

As real estate investors, the more people migrating to our target investment market means more demand for our flips, rentals, or other real estate related products or services.

Click here to see how all 50 states ranked, and here are the 7 states with the most net migration in 2018:

 

7. Vermont

Vermont

iStock

  • 2017 Ranking: 10

 

6. Maryland

Choice Hotels

  • 2017 Ranking: 42

 

5. Idaho

Idaho

No Man Before

  • 2017 Ranking: 14

 

4. Utah

Utah

The Crazy Tourist

  • 2017 Ranking: 21

 

3. South Carolina

South Carolina

University of South Carolina

  • 2017 Ranking: 4

 

2. Florida

Florida

Kiplinger

  • 2017 Ranking: 2

 

1. Texas

Texas

Forbes

  • 2017 Ranking: 1

 

 

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