People are still moving to Texas in droves, according to a new report by the Texas Association of Realtors.
The report, released Wednesday, showed the Lone Star State is second only to Florida in the number of people relocating, with 553,032 people moving to Texas in 2015—a 2.8 percent increase over 2014.
Nearly 42,000 Californians migrated to Texas in 2015, followed by 33,670 Florida residents and 31,044 Louisiana residents.
The new residents are settling in the metros of Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio, according to the report.
But Texans are also leaving the state: the report said Texas ranked third in the nation for the number of residents moving out of the state in 2015. Those residents are moving to California, Florida, Oklahoma, Colorado and Louisiana, the report showed.
The report was based on data from the 2016 American Community Survey, a 2010-14 U.S. Census Bureau report and the U-Haul 2015 National Migration Trend Reports.