People from all over the country are flocking to Texas, and a great many of them are settling in Brazos County in particular. With strong employment numbers, a variety of phenomenal cultural amenities and great master planned communities for building their dream homes, it's no surprise why individuals and families are packing up their bags and moving to one of The Lone Star State fastest-growing metro regions.
New residents relocating in droves
The Lone Star State ranked second overall for out-of-state movers, following only Florida. According to the 2015 Texas Relocation Report, 538,572 people loaded up the moving van and relocated to the state in 2014. On the other side of the equation, 435,107 Texans moved out of the state, ranking third nationally for out-of-state emigrants, behind California and Florida. After subtracting outflow from inflow, the state had a net gain of 103,465 new residents.
Out-of-state residents are moving to Texas, and Bryan-College Station, in droves.