For the 10th consecutive year, Texas maintained its status as the state with the most inbound moves according to Allied Van Line's annual Magnet State Report. Texas' net relocation gain totaled 1,973 more families that moved into the state than left it in 2014.

Texas continues to be one of the fast growing states in the nation, adding 1.3 million new residents since April 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Allied totaled 7,423 inbound moves to Texas in 2014 and 5,450 outbound shipments, narrowing out Florida once again for the greatest net gain of inbound moves.

“Other than a few big changes, most states remained relatively stable,” said Lesli Bertoli, general manager and vice president of Allied Van Lines. “While we’ve seen an increase in the number of moves overall, trends demonstrate a heavy movement toward warmweather, retirement‐friendly states.

“This year marked a significant increase in the number of moves for Allied, up more than 8 percent over last year,” said Bertoli. “With more than 73,000 moves in North America, this is the largest number of moves for Allied since the start of the recession in 2008.”



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