In an effort to get the word out about the upcoming move to a new home, Recode has teamed up with a number of organizations to bring you an in-depth look at how the moving wall has affected the lives of the people who live in the United States.
As the move nears, we’ll be looking at how these moves are affecting families across the country and what the implications could be for the future of families.
As part of the initiative, we’re offering our readers a chance to join us in our ongoing efforts to understand the impact the move has had on these families, what their futures hold, and how they might be able to move forward.
We’ll be asking the questions that most families in the country are asking, and we’ll provide a wealth of data to help us make those decisions.
In the weeks ahead, we hope you’ll join us as we tackle these questions.
What we’re looking for:The following questions will help us determine the impact that the move is having on the lives and finances of people who have lived in the US for more than a decade:Does the move change the family’s financial situation?
How does the move affect family and friends?
How do people in your neighborhood feel about the move?
Are they happier, more confident, or less likely to have a difficult time adapting to a different lifestyle?
Can you afford the move, or are you just going to have to make do with a lower standard of living?
What about the elderly and children?
What happens if the family moves from their current home to a house or apartment with more space?
Are you moving to a more expensive neighborhood, or would you prefer to stay put and move into a more affordable one?
If the move affects the elderly or children, how will the move impact their financial situation, and what impact could that have on their ability to pay their rent?
We’ll be answering these questions in a series of posts over the coming weeks.
But for now, let’s start with a look at what’s going on for people who moved in before the move.
The number of people living in the new neighborhood rose by nearly 6,000 in the past year, and it’s growing at an incredible rate.
The total number of new residents rose by more than 6,100 to nearly 18.5 million in the first half of 2017, according to a report from the Census Bureau released Wednesday.
In contrast, the total number who left the country to live in other countries decreased by 2.7 million during the same period.
This means the overall population of the US grew by more 2.5 percent from 2016 to 2017.
But the numbers aren’t all positive.
In fact, nearly one in five of those moving to the new place are people who were already in the state before moving to live somewhere else, according the report.
For instance, one in four people who left their home state of California moved to a smaller state like Texas.
And that’s not all that’s happening.
New residents in the city of Portland, Oregon, have also seen a huge increase in their housing costs.
There were 1.6 million people in the Portland metro area who moved to the city in the last 12 months, but only 1.3 million of those residents are living there now.
And that means the number of Portland households that now rent has more than doubled.
Portland, which was known as the “Portland of the West,” had a population of about 18.8 million people as of 2015, according in census data.
That’s down from 20.3 percent in 1980.
And according to data from the Oregon Department of Finance, Portland’s median household income has grown by about 3 percent annually over the past four years.
The biggest change in housing prices has been in the suburbs.
Median home values in Portland have increased by more like 13 percent since 2015, and the median household household income of those suburbs increased by about 9 percent.
And Portland’s metro area has seen a similar increase in median household incomes since the end of last year.
But a lot of the increase has come in the most expensive areas of the city.
While the number-crunching firm Zillow says Portland’s home price index rose by about 4.5 percentage points between 2015 and 2017, it still has a lower-than-average median household salary of $68,500.
That means a lot more people are paying more for homes.
The average price of a single-family home in Portland is now $1.9 million, according Zillows.
That number is almost twice the $1 million median household pay in Manhattan, New York.
And the median home price in Portland has increased by nearly 5 percent since the first quarter of 2017.
It’s unclear exactly what the impact of the move will be on people’s ability to afford their rent.
Renting has been the biggest driver of household formation for decades, according a report released by the