Sacramento has highest variety of individuals transferring in of any metropolitan space throughout pandemic

SACRAMENTO, California (KTXL) – It’s no secret that during the pandemic, many people decided to change the scene and no more people have moved in any metropolitan area in the country than Sacramento.

According to a new report from CBRE, a real estate services company, the number of people who moved from San Francisco to Sacramento County in 2020 increased by 70% as of 2019.

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The data also provides clues as to which parts of the Sacramento population are most active.

Figures collected by CBRE from the United States Postal Service show that the part of the city with the highest departure rate in Sacramento is downtown, where around 1,000 more people moved out in 2020 than the area.

“In the Sacramento area, individuals were increasingly leaving the urban core,” said Eric Willett, CBRE’s director of research. “The people who live in dense urban areas, often in rental apartments, have left for the suburbs in greater numbers than in previous years.”

One of those suburbs that are seeing an increase is the Roseville area.

Real estate agent Carrie Monroe said she urged people who are considering going there to do so sooner rather than later. Not just for their benefit, but also for theirs.

“I think now is the time to take the step,” she said. “If we wait later in the year, we will have higher interest rates and prices will be even higher.”

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