PHOENIX - According to recent data on moving trends, Phoenix was both a popular city to move to and a top city to move from over the summer.
On Thursday, United Van Lines announced the findings of its 2013 Post-Peak Season Moving Trends Summary with Phoenix listed at No. 8 on the list of most popular U.S. cities for families to move to and No. 5 on the list of top U.S. cities families were moving from.
Although Phoenix appeared on both the inbound and outbound lists, the city saw 1.8 percent more outbound moves, according to Melissa Sullivan from Mayflower.
Despite this, the cities experiencing the most people moving out than in were Chicago, New York and St. Louis and the top cities with the largest influx of movers were San Jose, Portland and San Francisco.
Washington D.C. topped both lists with the highest inbound and outbound moves of any city.
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