Survey: Moves for Job Relocations on the Rise

Good news for people who are needing to sell their homes! We have people moving in! See this great article below. Also, I know here in San Tan Valley/Queen Creek area we going to see a growth in the next few years do to the new industry that is coming in around the area!!
DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | WEDNESDAY, MAY 02, 2012

After a slowdown in corporate moves the past few years, more companies are planning to get their employees moving, according to a new survey.

Twenty-six percent of companies plan to relocate more workers this year than last year, according to the 2012 Corporate Relocation Survey, conducted by Atlas Van Lines.

The top places for corporate moves is the Northeast (42 percent), followed by the Midwest (37 percent), South (31 percent), and the West (26 percent).

The Atlas Van Lines survey also found that:

  • 86% of companies plan to spend as much or more on relocation in 2012 than in 2011.
  • More companies are also now offering relocating employees full reimbursement, not just lump sum or partial reimbursement.
  • 52% of all relocations last year were for new hires.
  • The most frequently moved employee in 2011 are employees aged 36-40.

Some Employees Decline to Move

In 2011, 57 percent of companies say that employees declined a relocation. The top reasons that employees said they did not want to relocate:

  • Housing and mortgage concerns: 71%
  • Family issues/ties: 64%
  • Personal reasons: 42%

Source: Atlas Van Lines, 2012 Corporate Relocation Trends

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