Millennials like city homes but not the high prices

Sep 27, 2016
Rising city home prices rises force some younger people to the suburbs.
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Hello (again) McMansions

Jun 16, 2014
The average size of a new house is above pre-recession levels.

Study says Americans prefer walkable neighborhoods

New research from the Brookings Institution says Americans will pay up to $1,500 more in rent every month to live in a "walkable" neighborhood -- say, a place near their dry cleaners or grocery store or favorite restaurant.
A man walks by a McSorley's bar in the East Village of New York City.
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