This year, I packed up my life in the US and moved to Mexico. From the weather and topography to the language and PDA, here's what surprised me.
An Insider reporter moved to a place she had never heard of and found small-town life to be full of surprises.
The author moved with her husband and three kids in early March 2020. The change has been beneficial for the whole family.
The southwest was the country's fastest-growing region of the 2010s. The pandemic and the rise of the exurbs are pushing the boom into a new decade.
Insider's reporter has called Denver, Colorado, home for three months and during that time she's grown to love the Colorado flag and sour beer.
A LendingTree report analyzes the metro areas with the oldest and youngest average homeowners.
I moved to Singapore for work in December 2020, and my nine months in the city-state turned out nothing like I'd expected.
We're moving back to the city for now, but I'm going to miss the extra parenting support - and I'm sure my parents will miss grandchild snuggles.
Migration away from urban areas "has largely ceased" and the next few months will show just how fast cities can recover, UBS economists said Monday.
Many people left high-cost coastal cities, with some heading for the Sun Belt. The moves are driven in part by millennials buying their first homes.
They're more remote than suburbs, but close enough for the occasional city commute. And low prices are powering a migration mirroring '50s suburbia.
Banks urged workers to return to New York City offices, while tech giants delayed return-to-work plans. It's creating a huge divergence in city life.
One weekend at home in Buffalo turned into a month, which turned into 15 months. But now, it feels like time to be back in New York.
Exurbs are more rural than suburbs, offer cheaper housing, more space, and a manageable commute to cities. They're a hotter pandemic destination, too.
As a Black, queer person I didn't feel safe in the United States anymore. So, my partner and I packed our bags and became expats in Latin America.
Wall Street's return to work could be boosting New York occupancy, Jefferies said, citing USPS data. The opposite looks to be happening with Big Tech.
The pandemic compelled people to rethink where to live, but the early data on mass migration reveals their moves were not actually that revolutionary.