The number of U.S. households that pulled up stakes in January and February rose 5.4 percent from a year ago, reports the American Moving & Storage Association. For the same two months of 2012, household moves were up 2.9 percent from the previous year. The average American moves six times in their adult life, according to survey data from the moving company Mayflower. But the new survey revealed that families have been putting off relocating because of economic instability and home price depreciation. Nearly a third of the 1,020 respondents said they would consider moving in the next year, with Millennials (between the ages of 18 and 34) leading the way at about half. The most common reasons cited for moving in the next year were the desire to live in a new or better home or a more desirable neighborhood. | Read More