Ingham County population much more mobile than state, national averages

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By Xin Wen
Ingham County Chronicle Staff Reporter

The percentage of people who are geographically mobile in Ingham County is nearly double the rate in Michigan and even the national percentage.

In Ingham County, 27.4 percent of people have moved since the previous year, according to the censusreporter.org.The national rate of geographically mobility people is 14.9 percent, while the percentage in the state of Michigan is also at 14.9 percent>.

Data from censusreporter.org showing that the percentage of population moving within Ingham County is 14 percent, which is about 1.5 times the rate in Michigan.

Data from censusreporter.org showing that the percentage of Ingham’s population moving from different counties is 10 percent, which more than double the rate in Michigan.

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Hillary Henderson, a real estate agent working on the Coldwell Banker Hubbell BriarWood, said the most of customers she faces recently are Michigan State faculty.

“The majority of people selling or buying house for the job relocation,” Henderson said. “Especially at this time, there are Michigan State faculty coming to the area.”

Residents said they believe the flow of university faculty and students helps increase the rate in Ingham County.

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