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By John Egan December 14, 2016For thousands of residents of Tampa Bay and the adjoining North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton metro area, solo appears to be the way to go.Among the 100 most populous metros in the U.S., North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton and Tampa-St. Petersburg are the leaders for the share o...
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By John Egan December 13, 2016Homeownership in the Atlanta, GA, metro area is less fashionable than it used to be.A LawnStarter analysis of newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that from 2006-10 to 2011-15, the homeownership rate dropped 4.4 percentage points (67.9 percent to 63....
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By John Egan December 07, 2016 Chances are that most new arrivals in the Tallahassee, FL, metro area already have a Florida driver’s license. Why is that? The top 10 metros that supply new residents to Tallahassee are all in the Sunshine State, with the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area holding the No. ...
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By John Egan December 01, 2016 If you’ve lived in the Denver, CO, metro area for a while, you’ve probably noticed that a lot of your neighbors who’ve relocated to the Mile High City are from other places in Colorado.Statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau show that four Colorado metro areas -- Bou...
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 by John Egan November 23, 2016 The two metro areas that supply the most new residents to the Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA, metro area are quite close to home.From 2010 to 2014, an average of 7,632 people relocated annually from the Washington, DC, metro area to Hampton Roads, making o...
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By John Egan December 05, 2016 Sun-seeking baby boomers appear to be flocking in great numbers from the New York, NY, metro area to Tampa-St. Petersburg, FL.From 2010 to 2014, the New York metro area supplied an estimated 8,027 new residents each year to the Tampa Bay metro area, according to a L...
12/07/2016
by John Egan November 17, 2016 Since they’re a mere 30 miles apart, it’s no wonder that the Lawrence, KS, metro area reigns as the biggest supplier of new residents to the Kansas City, MO, metro area. From 2010 to 2014, an average of 3,849 people per year flocked from the Jayhawks’ nest to the Ci...
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Which Metro Areas Send the Most New Residents to New Orleans?by Michael Lathrop November 15, 2016 When you think of New Orleans, what comes to mind? A parade? Voodoo? Cajun food? For many others, when they think of New Orleans what comes to mind is the horrors of Hurricane Katrina. August 29, 200...
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Where Are the Most New Residents of Charlotte Coming From?by Armin GafurovicOctober 19, 2016 A lot of people are opting for the charm of the Queen City over the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple.A LawnStarter analysis of U.S. Census Bureau estimates for 2009-13 shows the New York City, NY, metro...
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Hey all from Nashville, LawnStarter Lawn Care Service in Nashville just posted an infographic diving into a few fun facts about the housing market.  As you probably know Nashville is #5 on Forbes' list of places people are flocking to.  Here it is! 
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