Home searches have started earlier and earlier in the year for each of the past five years, but 2019 was the first time January really stood out.
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U.S. News and World Report recently named Fort Collins the number one most desirable place to live in the United States.
The median income of individuals who have recently moved to Fort Collins is $50,000.
Most people who are moving into the Las Vegas market are coming from out of state, making it a true destination location for folks looking to start something new.
The average length of time for people to own a home in Ogden is 10 years, which shows the market has a staying power when it comes to settling down.
The Durham-Chapel Hill area is also flush with new job opportunities and housing that is affordable to younger folks looking to buy their first home.
A jewel of the southeast, Charleston is poised to have the renaissance that Charlotte has had in the previous decades.
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