The population boom in California is over for now.
New demographic data from the state's department of finance shows only a .23% increase in the population - the lowest growth rate since the beginning of the 20th century. L.A. County saw a decline of 40,000 people, but parts of the central valley saw an uptick in new arrivals.
Demographers note a trend, where residents in coastal regions are moving to parts of the central valley to buy homes. Sellers often leave the state, seeking areas where the cost of living is cheaper.