Just over 11 million Americans moved between March of 2010 and March of 2011, according to a new report from the U.S. Census.
That might sound like a lot, but it's actually a record low, down from 12 and a half million who moved the previous year.
The record high was 46 million movers in 1984-85, and you have to factor in that the population has grown immensely since then.
The housing crash has left Americans stagnant, but even worse, it has left homeowners trapped. The decline in the mobility rate of those who already own homes was even more dramatic. Just 4.7 percent of homeowners moved in the past year, down from 5.2 percent the previous year, according to the Census. That translates into 9.7 million homeowners, again a record low.