San Francisco residents fled to Sacramento in large numbers throughout pandemic: report

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – San Francisco residents moved large numbers of Sacramento homes to the city during the pandemic.

According to a migration analysis by commercial real estate company CBRE, moves from San Francisco County to Sacramento County increased by 70% in 2020.

The April 2021 report said that of the 30 largest subway areas in the US, Sacramento actually moved the most people in 2020, compared with a loss of 3.2 per 1,000 residents in 2019.

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“Dense coastal cities have lost favor due to their high cost of incremental indoor space and the lack of adjoining outdoor space,” the report said after smaller home assignments made smaller spaces feel a little cramped.

Researchers also pay tribute to the great migration to the Bay Area’s “digital workers” who have the freedom to work remotely.

From major cities like Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, and DC; According to researchers, San Francisco saw the biggest increase in 2020 move-in rates from 2019.

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