Texas a ‘domestic migration destination’Texas a ‘domestic migration destination’https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=59152013-10-28T07:01:00Z2013-10-28T00:00:00Z

TEXAS - Texas has experienced a net gain of households, with 10,326 more households moving into Texas than Texas households moving to other states, according to the Texas Association of Realtors’ Texas Relocation report.

Bexar County experienced the largest net inflow in Texas and the fourth-largest net inflow of households in the U.S. with 5,601 households. Six other Texas counties ranked within the top 20 in the nation.

Harris County is the most mobile county in the Lone Star State, ranking No. 1 in Texas and No. 3 nationally for the largest inflow of households with 67,299. Harris County is also the top county in Texas and third-largest county nationally for outflow of households with 65,395.

Dallas and Tarrant counties are the second- and third-most mobile Texas counties, ranking No. 7 with 54,388 and No. 16 with 40,699 nationally for the largest inflow of households. Dallas and Tarrant counties have the second- and third-largest outflow of households statewide and are ranked No. 6 with 56,223 and No. 19 with 37,561 nationally.

Williamson County garnered the highest net inflow of households from out of state with 1,846, followed by Montgomery County with 1,226 and Bell County with 849.

This report comes six months after U-Haul named Texas the No. 2 growth state for 2012 and Houston as the nation’s top relocation city with Austin as the third-most popular in its 2012 relocation report.

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