Sunnier Areas of USA (and Seattle) are Domestic Migration Magnets

Wendell Cox notes in a posting at New Geography, that the 2013 annual metropolitan area population estimates by the US Census Bureau show that between 2010 and 2013, 51% of the population increase in the 52 major metropolitan areas (over 1 million population) of the United States was in the South. The West accounted for 30% of the increase.  All but one of the  top ten metropolitan areas for domestic migration were in sunnier climates.  The exception was #9 — Seattle.

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News for February 3, 2014 – Change to Weekly Updates

Please click here, or on the image to access the Land Use and Real Estate Weekly of February 3, 2014.

Going forward, I will shift to weekly publication of  my aggregation of Land Use and Real Estate news articles gleaned from the Internet.  I am converting to weekly updates because there is insufficient material for daily updates. When I come across something of major significance in between the weekly updates, I will share it right away. Please send comments or suggestions via email to pike@urbanexus.com.

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