Asians Outnumber Other Foreign Groups Moving to the Inland Empire

Asian girls and boyIt is becoming more common for foreigners to move to Southern California, one in five to be exact, are moving to the area from another state or country. These findings come from the new U.S. Census Bureau data, which followed major metro areas for a 4-year period from 2010 to 2014. One of the regions being studied was a metropolitan area which consists of Riverside and San Bernardino counties, also known as the Inland Empire.

The census found that the majority of people moving to the Inland Empire were coming from Asian countries. During those 4 years, approximately 9,000 Asians per year and approximately 21,500 foreigners from other parts of the world moved to the Inland Empire. The report showed that the Inland Empire was also a desirable location to people that moved from places close by. About 113,000 new residents came from Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego, Bakersfield, and Ventura areas.

A majority of people move to the Inland Empire because of the affordable housing. When you also add in the availability of land for residential, commercial, and industrial development there’s no question why people are flocking to the area.

Contact Professional Land Corporation if you want to learn more about high quality land for sale in the Inland Empire’s Victor Valley, Antelope Valley, or the surrounding areas. Professional Land Corporation has prime residential, commercial, apartment, and industrial zoned land parcels available with affordable down payments and excellent long-term financing options.

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