If there’s one thing that will motivate Americans to move, it’s money. Where can you get more of it, where can you save it, where is it expensive to live and where is it cheap?
It’s an American tradition that stretches back to the 19th century when pioneers headed west in search of gold, silver, and a brighter future.
But over the pandemic, as remote work took off, many people packed up and fled densely-populated expensive states for cheaper living arrangements that helped to stretch their dollars.
Three years after the onset of the pandemic, cheaper, lower-density areas remain attractive to Americans looking to make a change, as a new study shows. Every year, United Van Lines, a moving and relocation company, tracks its moves and shares the results of the top states Americans are fleeing…