Geographic mobility is a frequent aspect of American life. Each year millions of people in the United States move to a new home. The most frequently asked questions about this mobility concern (1) the time of the year when moves occur (the seasonality of moves), (2) the length of time that people stay in one place (the duration of residence), and (3) homeownership status (the tenure of residence).
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