Buyers Looking to Leave Expensive Metros

April 24, 2017 Scott Morgan

A new report by Redfin shows a sizeable number of people in expensive coastal cities want to move to more affordable cities. And while California is losing more people than any other state, Florida seems to be gaining in domestic expats. Meanwhile, buyers in Chicago don’t seem eager to leave the city.

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