Which states have the most new homes per capita?
A look at the states with the most people moving into their homes per year.
New York (9.6) and California (9) are tied for second and third, respectively.
The top three states for new homes are Texas (2,723), Florida (2:721) and Illinois (2.1).
Florida has the third-highest percentage of its population living in the metro area, with an average of 5,942 homes per resident, according to the Census Bureau.
That’s about 8.2 percent of the population, the most in the country.
The next-highest number is Hawaii (2.,068), followed by Vermont (1.5), New Jersey (1) and New York (1).
New York’s high number of new homes was driven by the fact that it has the largest population in the state, with 4.5 million people.
The state’s population of 2.1 million was the third highest, behind New Jersey and California, according the Census.
A look at which states have a higher percentage of people moving in per capita:New York, New Jersey, California and HawaiiSource: Census Bureau dataThe Census Bureau reported that New York had the highest rate of residents moving into homes in 2017, at 7.1 percent.
The metro area had the second-highest rate of people in homes in 2016, at 6.9 percent.
States with the lowest rate of new residents per capita in 2017:Arizona (4.4), Hawaii (3.8), Connecticut (3), Florida, Idaho (3) and Georgia (3).
States with highest percentage of new population per capita per capita states:California (6.9), Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa (5.8) and Maryland (5).
States where the most New York residents moved in per year:New Jersey (6)Hawaii (4), New York, Ohio (3,7)Pennsylvania (2), Pennsylvania, Washington (2)Washington, D.C. (2).