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Easter Bunny is coming to Morgan Crossing

Mar. 9th, 2017

 

Join us on Saturday, April 8th as we welcome the Easter Bunny here at The Shops at Morgan Crossing. There will be complimentary photos with the Easter Bunny, Easter treats, hot chocolate, tea, arts & craft and more. Time:1-4pm

Location: Unit 110 – 15850 26th Ave (Across from Starbucks)

Plus be sure to post and share you photo with the Easter Bunny for a chance to be entered to win a $50 gift card to The Shops at Morgan Crossing. * Must share and tag on The Shops at Morgan Crossing Twitter,

Facebook or Instagram page

If you would like more information please call: 778-294-2925

 


Easter Fair

Petting a lamb at Easter Fair

Location:
Surrey Museum, 17710 56a Ave

Date & Time:
April 15, 2017
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Contact:
604-592-6956

Bunnies and Other Farm Friends!

Animals and Easter go hand in hand. Join us at the Surrey Museum as we ring in Spring with local rescue animals.  Celebrate their new beginnings and take part in family friendly Easter festivities by donation.

Local animal rescue groups will be onsite teaching children and their parents about respectful treatment and care for animals. Families can get up close and personal with rescue animals, from rabbits to cats and dogs to birds.

Other Easter activities include:

  • Spring crafts and an Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt in the exhibit gallery.
  • A special guest appearance by the Vancouver Rabbit Agility Club which will be showing off their athletic bunnies at 2pm and 3pm in the Museum’s plaza, weather permitting.
  • The Easter Bunny himself.
  • Storytelling in the Museum theatre

Easter at Knapps

Location: 4391 King George Blvd.

Date: 11am-3pm, Apr 17, 2017

Event Details

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Spend Easter Monday with us at Art Knapp on April 1st, 2017 from 11am to 3pm!
FREE TRAIN RIDES from 11am-3pm
Meet the EASTER BUNNY!!
Complimentary face painting
Enjoy complimentary snacks and coffee
This is a great event for those with small kids! For the older ones, we have mini golf and lots of cool things to look at! Come and join the fun :)


Farm Tots: Potter’s Bunnies

Crafts in the kitchen

 

Farm Tots: Potter’s Bunnies (1-3yrs parent participation)
Little bunnies hop, hop, hop as they explore Beatrix Potter’s classic tales through rhymes and a craft, then take part in the “Great Bunny Hop-Off”.  1 session for $5.
Thursday, April 6 from 10:30am-11:30am – Register Online (#4519799)
Friday, April 7 from 10:30am-11:30am – Register Online (#4519800)

 


Morgan Creek Easter Brunch

  • Apr 16, 2017  -  10:30am and 1:30pm

Tickets are now on sale for our annual Easter Brunch Buffet on Sunday, April 16th.  Purchase your tickets early as this event sells out every year.  We will be offering two seating options of 10:30am and 1:30pm. Pricing includes all taxes and gratuity.

Adults – $43
Children 5 to 12 years – $25
Children 4 years and under – No charge

Easter Brunch Menu

Tickets are now on sale for our annual Easter Brunch Buffet on Sunday, April 16th.  Purchase your tickets early as this event sells out every year.  We will be offering two seating options of 10:30am and 1:30pm. Pricing includes all taxes and gratuity.

Adults - $43
Children 5 to 12 years - $25
Children 4 years and under - No charge

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Old Fashioned Easter

  • Apr 15, 201711:00am - 3:00pm

Do you have dreams of a family Easter egg hunt on the budding grounds of a heritage farmhouse? If so, we have the perfect experience for you. The free, all ages event is ideal for making memories and taking beautiful photos. Other family fun activities include:

  • Face painting
  • DIY rabbit ears
  • Bunny Olympic competitions
Event Information

Where: Historic Stewart Farm, 13723 Crescent Rd Surrey, BC
Phone: 604-592-6956
Website: http://www.surrey.ca/culture-recreation/22375.aspx

 


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Is Fraser Valley the next big market in the B.C. housing sector?

 

 

Latest numbers from the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board (FVREB) revealed that B.C.’s southwestern region has experienced significant home price growth in February, indicating a possible companion to the red-hot Vancouver market in the near future. Last week, the Board revealed that the benchmark price for a single-family property in the Valley increased by 20.4 per cent year-over-year and 0.4 per cent compared to January, hitting $859,300.

 

 

 

 

“This is the kind of February we like to see. Last year at this time, the incredible demand created a market that was difficult for consumers,”

according to FVREB president Gopal Sahota, as quoted by CBC News.

 

 

“Now, we have sales moving upward from the winter months at a typical, healthy pace and a growing inventory to support it,”
Sahota stated, adding that the numbers are so far showing a “return to normal historical sales numbers.” Apartment prices also rose sharply by 26 per cent compared to February 2016 and 1.8 per cent month-over-month, up to $267,000. Meanwhile, average townhome costs grew by 25 per cent year-over-year and 0.5 per cent since January, reaching $422,400. Recently, Finance Minister Bill Morneau assured that the federal government is still closely monitoring the Canadian housing market, amid seemingly inexorable price growth in Vancouver and Toronto. 

 

“We continue to be very focused on thinking about how we can manage what is peoples’ most significant investment. And we do watch the level of indebtedness, in particular around housing,” Morneau stated, adding that “strong underlying markets” continue to drive the two cities’ outsized performance.  “So in Toronto and Vancouver, unemployment is lower in those two places than it is in some other places. Incomes are higher. The economy is doing better. So there are underlying reasons for the housing markets to do better and we’ll continue to monitor, to work with provinces and municipalities who have an important role to play here to manage what we see [as] a challenge, but not one that isn’t manageable.”

 

 

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Shoveling snow on a walk


Residents and businesses are responsible under City Bylaws to clear any accumulated snow from sidewalks located adjacent to their property as soon as possible to make sure pedestrians are safe.

  • Report un-shovelled sidewalks by email bylawcomplaint@surrey.ca or by calling 604-591-4370 with specific details of the location.
  • Report a snow or ice problem, or ask any questions about our snow and ice control operations by submitting your inquiry online or calling us at 604-591-4152.

Tips for Snow:

  • Shovel snow onto your lawn, adjacent snow piles or onto your lawn, not the street

During snow removal operations, the snow is ploughed toward the road-edge. Accordingly, this may result in some driveways and/or sidewalks being blocked by the ploughed snow where snow plough operations occur. We apologize for this inconvenience; however, in some cases this is unavoidable. Should this occur along your property frontage, please do not shovel snow from your driveway onto roadways as this may result in snowploughs pushing the snow back into your driveway and may contribute to vehicle access problems along your street. We recommend that you place snow onto your lawn or onto adjacent snow piles or onto your lawn. This may also present a hazard to motorists or cause vehicle access issues. In an effort to minimize these challenges, consider hiring a snow and ice removal contractor.

 

 

 

 

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    Park your vehicle along the curb during snowfall events

This ensures snow and ice operations are conducted in the most effective and efficient manner. If this is not possible, we ask that you please make an attempt at coordinating efforts with your neighbours to park vehicles along the same side of the street within your neighbourhood.

  • Keep garbage and recycling bins off roadways where snow ploughing may take place

Prolonged snowfall combined with icy conditions may result in delayed garbage and recycling collection. Should this occur, the City will make every effort to resume collection the following day, or allow residents to place double their weekly limit at curb-side the following week.

  • Keep catch basins free of debris, especially during melting conditions
 

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If you are aware that a catch basin exists in front of your property, please help us by ensuring to keep it clear especially during melting conditions. Blocked catch basins may result in excess accumulation of water along the road area, a situation that could become dangerous if it subsequently freezes. It may also result in flooding of adjacently properties depending on the extent of the blockage and the amount of melting snow.

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Snow clearing services for commercial and large residential properties

Residents or businesses using this list will be advised that the City of Surrey has not negotiated any pricing with any of the contractors listed. In addition, the City does not warrant the work nor does it endorse any one of the contractors on the list. The cost of any service provided is to be established between the contractor and the customer. The customer will be responsible for providing payment directly to the contractor for any snow clearing service performed. The City will not act as an intermediary for any disputes relating to non paying customers or complaints of unsatisfactory work performed by the contractor. Also, the burden of risk shall be borne by the contractor with respect to carrying out services to residents. All contractors must also ensure appropriate levels of insurance coverage and required licensed.

 

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Caring for our neighbours

November 14 - 21, 2016

Each year our volunteers collect donations of blankets and warm clothing for those in need throughout the Lower Mainland.

Since we began 22 years ago, more than 290,000 disadvantaged people have been helped by the REALTORS Care® Blanket Drive.

How you can help

Please donate the following items for all ages:
  • gently used or new blankets or sleeping bags
  • warm clothing, coats
  • hats, gloves, scarves
  • new socks and underwear

 

 

Here's where to drop off your donations: real estate offices

 

 


 

Realtors Care - HudsonHomeTeam


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Translink - SSWR

 

 

Date & Time: October 25, 2016 (5:30 PM - 8:30 PM)

Join the City and Translink at our White Rock open house to talk about Phase One of the 10-Year Vision, which will reduce road congestion and add new transit services in every community, starting in early 2017.

  • Date: October 25, 2016
  • Time: 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
  • Location: White Rock Community Centre, Gallery

Public consultation on the Phase One plan runs from October 11-31, 2016. Your input will inform the final Investment Plan that's presented to the Mayors' Council and TransLink Board for consideration in November 2016.

Learn more and fill out our online questionnaire by visiting tenyearvision.translink.ca

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Foreign buyer tax has resulted in “policy shock,” but market will quickly recover to see prices higher than they are now, predicts Central 1 Credit Union chief economist

     Courtesy of  Joannah Connolly REW.ca September 20, 2016


Davidoff Pastrick Sommerville and Dachner UDI lunch Sept 16 Foreign Buyer Tax

 


Left to right: Tom Davidoff of UBC, Helmut Pastrick of Central 1 Credit Union and Tsur Sommerville of UBC listen to Arnon Dachner of Dentons at the UDI's September16 lunch panel on the Foreign Buyer Tax — Ryan Broda Photography

 

 

The “policy shock” of the new foreign buyer tax has created a “temporary market disruption” that will play out over the next three to six months, after which “market fundamentals” will mean the market recovers, according to a leading economist.

 

Speaking to a sold-out audience at the Urban Development Institute’s Foreign Buyer Tax luncheon and panel debate September 16, Helmut Pastrick, chief economist at Central 1 Credit Union, said that he expects house prices to recover so that they are higher this time next year than they are today.

 


 

 


Pastrick said, “I fully expect September’s sales to be down again, year-over-year, probably by 30 or 35 per cent compared with last September. The average price will probably fall again, relative to August, and this will play out over the next three to six months – it’s a temporary market disruption.

“After the market has absorbed this new tax regime, we will begin to see other market fundamentals come into effect. Prices will then continue to rise, and they will be higher this time next year.”

Pastrick’s fellow panellist at the UDI lunch, Tsur Sommerville, associate professor at UBC’s Centre for Urban Economics and Real Estate, added, “In other markets where a foreign buyer tax was introduced, such as Hong Kong and Singapore, in both those markets, prices continued to rise.”

Pastrick said later in the discussion, “I think home prices will begin to increase again, but at a slower rate. I expect to see higher prices until this economic cycle comes to an end, as all cycles do… But recessions only last a short while, and the cycle begins again. And in the long term, I would expect that over the next two or three decades, [Vancouver real estate] prices will double again, if not more than double. But there will be more economic cycles between now and then.”

He added, “Right now we don’t see any signs of an economic recession due to a shock event – we’re in a strong economic cycle.”

Sommerville added, “In terms of the demand side, you’ve got the combination of the strong economic cycle, low interest rates, and a demographic profile where you’ve got a large number of young people ramping up into home ownership. There are more Millennials than any other group, so you’re going to have a huge increase in housing demand, in a market where the ability to respond on the supply side is securely constrained.”

Sommerville’s colleague Tom Davidoff, associate professor at UBC’s Sauder School of Business, who was also on the luncheon panel, said that despite the strength of the economy and demand, there was still a significant risk of a sharp correction in home prices due to the foreign buyer tax.

He said, “A potential collapse in foreign buyer demand… could result in a less-bad version of what happened in the United States [in the sub-prime crisis of 2008]. There is a significant risk of an over-correction in prices – but I wouldn’t say that is the most likely outcome.”

The fourth member of the panel was lawyer Arnon Dachner, a partner at Dentons LLP, who warned delegates that tactics to avoid paying the foreign buyer tax – even seemingly legal approaches, such as contract reassignment – could be defined as an “avoidance transaction” that could leave the party still liable for the payable tax or other monies lost to the BC government.

 

The panel debate was moderated by Neil Chrystal, president and CEO of Polygon Homes, who recently told REW.ca that that he thought the overseas buyers’ tax was “morally and ethically wrong” and added, “I wouldn't be surprised if it was challenged legally.”

 


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Joannah Connolly

Joannah Connolly is the editor and content manager of REW.ca and Real Estate Weekly newspaper, and editor-in-chief of Western Investor and West Coast Condominium. She also moonlights as the host of the Real Estate Therapist call-in show on Roundhouse Radio 98.3FM every Saturday, 9-10am. A dual Canadian-British citizen, Joannah has 20 years of media experience in Vancouver and London, with a background in construction, architecture and business media. Like many of the residents of her newly adopted town, Joannah has a decidedly unhealthy passion for Vancouver real estate and is often to be found scouring property listings well above her pay grade.

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We believe there aren’t a lot of events today due to the forecast of inclement weather.

 

None the less, here is today’s map.

 

(click the image for today’s map)

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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STAY HYDRATED!!!

 

It’s going to be a scorcher out there today!

 

There are almost 100 properties having garage sales today!

We have coordinated one at Solay – 36 & 152 St (follow our signs).

 

If you haven’t yet, sign up for our newsletter!

Click on the image below to get to this weekends’ map!

 

 



 

 

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Good Morning!

 

Here is this long weekend’s garage sale map. As is usually the case with long weekends, there aren’t as many sales as usual.

 

That means you should be able to find some great bargains at the ones happening!

 

 

Look next week for a huge Ocean Park Neighbourhood event, over 35 homes involved!

 

Stay safe this weekend.

 

 

Click the Queen for today’s map.


 

 

 

 


 

 

 


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WOW!
This has go to be one of the busiest weekends in a long long time!

 

Not only our own coordinated event in the South Meridian neighbourhood, but one in Summerfield as well, the annual Hall’s Prairie Country Fair (which includes a garage sale) a “Kids’ stuff” swap meet and numerous other events going on!

 

 

Don’t forget to stay hydrated today! And sunscreen, wear your sunscreen!

 


 



Please feel comfortable suggesting HudsonHomeTeam in your Real Estate conversations.

 

 

Here’s the link to todays (3 pages) maps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This Saturday we have coordinated a Neighbourhood Garage Sale Event for the McNally Creek area, also known as South Meridian in South Surrey. 

 

 

The event starts at 9am and will run until 2pm or at the discretion of the individual hosts.

 

 

More information can be found on our LocalGarageSales.ca website.

 

 

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Wow! May already!

 

We have some Neighbourhood events coming up in the coming weeks, including an event in the McNally Creek/South Meridian Neighbourhood.


Today we would like to highlight the annual Semiahmoo Secondary School Dry Grad Garage Sale at the school(it’s on the map).

 

Click on the SemiDryGrad image to go to today’s map. And remember, we need you to send your friends and family our way when the topic of Real Estate comes up!

 


 


 

 

 


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Oh yes! It’s getting busy.

 

There are two neighbourhood events hosted by some of our Real Estate colleagues.

 

 

Be sure to print both pages.

 

Upcoming:

Neighbourhood Garage Sales in McNally Creek (South Meridian) and up the 152nd corridor above 32 Diversion.

 

Please keep in mind that WE SELL REAL ESTATE!  We would appreciate the opportunity to present you or your contacts with our outstanding marketing package.

 


 


Feel comfortable referring to us, when the topic of Real Estate comes up.

 

Click on the image below to go to the maps.

 

 

 

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Renting out property to get easier as CMHC changes rules

by Steve Randall28 Jul 2015

The rules around the income from rental units considered in home loan applications submitted to the CMHC are changing.
The agency announced Monday that, from September 28, it will allow 100 per cent of the rental income from a unit to be considered for new loan applications submitted to it for mortgage insurance.

 

That means that a secondary rentals suite’s income, minus costs including property taxes, will boost the size of the loan that buyers can secure.
Qualifying units must have sustainable income, proven by two years of rental rent payments. These payments will be averaged to assess the unit’s income. Applicants will also need a credit rating of at least 680.
Properties with more than a single rental unit will have slightly different rules and this change is most positive for homeowners with one rental unit. 

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Vancouver, BC, Canada / News Talk 980 CKNW | Vancouver's News. Vancouver's Talk
Matt Lee

It appears the province has no plans to slow down the growth happening in some Surrey neighbourhoods.

It comes even after school trustees passed a unanimous motion on Thursday calling for a halt in development.


Province not biting on Surrey school trustees' bid for moratorium on development

 


The motion tabled by Laurae McNally suggested provincial funding for new schools isn’t keeping up with the pace of population growth in the fastest growing city in the province.

That’s why they called on the city to halt the development happening in the Clayton, Grandview/South Surrey, and Newton areas.

But education minister Mike Bernier is singing a different tune.

In a statement to CKNW, Bernier says he understands the challenges facing the school district, but hints at major projects already being underway with more slated to come.

He says as the city moves forward, Surrey and other districts experiencing similar growth will be a priority for future capital investments.


 


 


I understand the challenges Surrey has and I’ve discussed them with the board when we met a few months ago.
My Ministry is working closely with the Surrey district to find ways to deal with the intense pressures from growth.
As we move forward,  Surrey and other districts experiencing growth will be a priority for future capital investments.
There are several major projects underway and more slated to come –  the new Clayton North Secondary and additions to three elementary schools are under way – projects worth $64.6 million.
These projects will create 1,870 spaces for Surrey.
Since 2001, we’ve invested more than $337 million for 55 capital and seismic projects, and 12 site acquisitions in Surrey.
Last year we completed Goldstone Park and Katzie elementary schools, and additions to Fraser Heights and Panorama Ridge Secondary. These projects, worth a total of $44.2 million, created 1,160 spaces for elementary and 500 secondary spaces in Surrey.


Earlier in the school year we had the opportunity to experience one of the Semiahmoo Music Society's various concerts. While we had heard great things about the school music program, we were blown away...

 

 

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Earlier in the school year we had the opportunity to experience one of the Semiahmoo Music Society's various concerts.

While we had heard great things about the school music program, we were blown away by the quality of musicianship of the various levels of bands the school has. Afterwards, we had the opportunity to meet and talk with the Music Department Teachers,  all so very enthusiastic and passionate about what they do.

 




We talked about the students, the funding and how financing the program has it's challenges. Mr. Lowe, the department head, mentioned how they are constantly looking at way to fund-raise for the purchase/upkeep of instruments as well as funding for festivals, workshops and trips, sometimes to far-off places in the world.

We realized we have an opportunity to do our part. We enjoy supporting the community through various fund-raising efforts for food-banks, hospital charities, neighbourhood events and sports participation, but we had no focus on the music. And without music... well, what is there to dance to?


As a Team, we would like donate $400 towards the Semiahmoo Music Society for every house marketed to completion or bought through us in the South Surrey/White Rock area.
If you have experienced the joy of the Semi Music Society's talented students, please keep us in mind when the topic of Real Estate comes up in conversation.



With your assistance we can help the music in our neighbourhood play for years to come.

For more information please contact Andrew at 604-773-3940 or Info at HudsonHomeTeam.com

 

 

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Renee Bernard
Posted Apr 22, 2016 9:44 pm PDT

 

SURREY (NEWS 1130) – The Surrey Board of Education is making an unusual move in dealing with overcrowded schools.

Trustees are asking the city to temporarily halt new development in three neighbourhoods.

“At the moment we are in a crisis. This is the worst I have ever seen it on the board,” says Laurae McNally, a 30-year veteran of the board, who spearheaded the motion directed at the city.

The board wants the city to “temporarily suspend all new development approvals in the Clayton, Grandview/South Surrey and South Newton regions until the Surrey School District receives adequate provincial capital funding to support the many new students in these regions.”



“We have 275 classroom portables, which we have to pay for out our operating budget. We have four high schools on extended days,” McNally explains.

Plus, a couple of schools need to run five kindergarten classes to meet demand.

“The $4 million a year that the portables cost us is the equivalent of 50 teachers that we could put in our system.”

She says teachers, students and parents have been very patient but they are getting very tired of the situation.

“Everybody wants to see a light at the end of the tunnel.

 


 

Earlier in the school year we had the opportunity to experience one of the Semiahmoo Music Society's various concerts. While we had heard great things about the school music program, we were blown away...

 

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Well the weather isn’t optimum (remember, some hosts may cancel if the weather is inclement), so dress appropriately.

 

Out LocalGarageSale  website will have a calendar of Neighbourhood Garage Sales upcoming in the next few months.

If you would like your complex or neighbourhood to have an organized garage sale event, let us know.

 

 

Oh, by the way, we donate $500 to community support (like Semiahmoo Music & Peace Arch Hospital Fund) with every home we sell in the area.

 

Click on the image for the most current Garage Sale map.

 


 

 

 

 


 

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The Canadian Press Published Thursday, April 21, 2016 10:21AM EDT
Real estate 'Sold' sign


 

TORONTO -- A new report suggests the red hot real estate markets in Vancouver and Toronto are discouraging some potential sellers from listing their homes because they're afraid of becoming buyers themselves.

The spring market trends report by real estate firm Re/Max on Thursday says while homeowners in those cities know their homes will sell quickly, many are reluctant to become buyers in the highly competitive market.

Re/Max says some are also reluctant to list their homes because they believe that prices could move even higher.

Vancouver and Toronto have been the hottest real estate markets in the country, raising questions about affordability, the role of speculators and the influence of foreign buyers.



 

 

The average residential sale price in Vancouver in the first quarter was $1,103,586, up 24 per cent from a year ago, according to Re/Max.

The average price in Toronto was $675,492, up 14 per cent.

The report suggested the strength of Toronto and Vancouver are helping drive prices in neighbouring regions as buyers move further out in search of an affordable home.

The report noted that Hamilton-Burlington and Barrie in Ontario as well as Victoria have seen prices rise 10 per cent or more compared with a year ago.

"The population growth in these regions, driven by housing demand, is growing local economies as restaurants, shops and services expand," the report said.

 

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