Report Cites Pandemic’s Impact on U.S, Population Shifts

New data on county-level population changes continue to suggest that the coronavirus pandemic had profound and lasting impacts on economic geography—with two million people leaving U.S. cities between 2020 and 2022—according to a report by the Economic Innovation Group, Washington, D.C.

Miami Leads Migration Destinations; Austin for First-Time Home Buyers

A record 25% of home searchers looked to move to a different U.S. metro in January, many in search of relatively affordable housing, said Redfin, Seattle. And, New York, said Austin, Texas ranked highest for first-time home buyers.