Author Topic: 2018 Migration Trends accelerate as more people look to leave Denver, SF, and LA  (Read 4690 times)

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Atlanta metro's population growth from 2010 - 2017 is currently ranked #4 among 383 cities in the United States with a net population growth close to 600k, beating LA's population growth in the same time frame. The title of the article is 2018 Migration Trends accelerates as more people look to leave over priced cities like Denver, SF, and LA.

LA is bounded by:
Ocean to the West
Camp Pendleton to the South
Mountains to the North, NorthWest and SouthEast
Desert, Mountains to the East (also gets rapidly hotter)

Atlanta is bounded by:
nothing

There is very little land left to develop in LA that is "only 5 minutes further" out.
Atlanta has virtually unlimited land left to develop like that.

It's not surprising that households are moving from supply constrained locations to affordable, boundless cities.

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