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Moving Out of Michigan. Moving into North Carolina.

Posted by: Peter Coy on February 3, 2007

Jonathan Miller, the New York City appraiser who blogs at Matrix, has a good take on United Van Lines’ annual report on where its moving vans went in 2006. unitedvanlines.jpg

Here’s a link to the van company’s report. North Carolina was the top state in terms of the share of trips that were inbound vs. outbound, at 64% inbound. Michigan was at the other extreme, tied with North Dakota at 66% outbound. Keep in mind that this doesn’t tell the whole story. States like New York (59.5% outbound) and California (53.9% outbound) get lots of newcomers from other countries who arrive without moving vans.

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Ciara Clayton

September 23, 2009 1:49 PM

Do anyone knw much about North Carolina ?

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