According to Allied Van Lines’ 43rd Annual Magnet States Report, more individuals and families chose to settle deep in the heart of Texas than anywhere else in the United States in 2010. This hasn’t come as a shock, as Texas has been the No. 1 destination state for six years in a row, according to Allied’s report, which tracks U.S. migration patterns.
Texas had the highest net relocation gain of 1,640, which is defined as inbound moves minus outbound moves performed by Allied Van Lines. Colorado came in second place, with net relocation gains of just over 400 and Florida, South Carolina and Arizona rounded out the top five states with the largest net relocation gains.
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