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Data: Movers sticking close to San Diego County

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - For former locals of San Diego, or newbies to the county, there's a high chance they'll meet someone from where they're coming from. Data provided by U-Haul reflects those shared locales between movers, as many of those who have left San Diego County have likely been replaced by others coming from their destination. Since January 2018, movers in and out of the county have lived in the same eight cities. The leading cities most moved to from San Diego County between January 2018 and April 2018 were:

Oceanside
Los Angeles
Las Vegas, Nev.
Temecula
Escondido
Vista
San Francisco
Long Beach
Phoenix, Ariz.
Murrieta

RELATED: Making it in San Diego: How the region could end the housing crunch During that same time frame, San Diego saw most of its new tenants come from:


Oceanside
Las Vegas, Nev.
Phoenix, Ariz.
Los Angeles
Temecula
Escondido
Costa Mesa
Scottsdale, Ariz.
San Francisco
Murrieta

In fact, since 2016, U-Haul reported these cities have remained largely unchanged. While U-Haul's data shows a tendency to stick to the same cities near San Diego County, the company says it helped 0.8 percent more people move into the county than out of it since the beginning of the year. Two years ago, the company moved 1.3 percent more people out of than into the county. RELATED:  Making It In San Diego: How housing got so expensive The median price of a single-family home in California is $538,640. When it comes to living in San Diego, locals need a household income of about $126,000, according to data from the Sacramento Bee , compared to about $82,000 in Riverside County or $112,000 in Los Angeles County just north. The income difference between Southern California cities isn't as great as San Francisco, which boasts a required income of about $333,000.

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