Texas is Still #1 on UHaul's List of Top Growth States


Texas maintained it's top spot on UHaul's annual Top 50 Growth States for the 3rd consecutive year. 

Texas arrivals of one-way U-Haul trucks were up 5 percent compared to the state’s 2017 numbers, while arrivals accounted for 50.2 percent of all one-way U-Haul traffic in Texas to keep it the top state for netting do-it-yourself movers.  North Texas, along with the Austin area, led the way for the state's inbound traffic, U-Haul said in its ranking.

"North Texas is truly bursting at the seams,” Kevin Flanagan president of U-Haul Company of Northwest Dallas, said in a prepared statement. “McKinney, Frisco and the entire Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex has been growing substantially in recent years. Texas is gaining more residents than any other state."

Florida followed Texas on the U-Haul report at #2. This was Florida's third consecutive year at the second-place ranking.

U-Haul notes that its migration trends data does not directly correlate to population or economic growth, but shows which states people are moving to and from.


Christie Cannon | REALTOR
The Christie Cannon Team
Keller Williams Realty Frisco