Urban population reaches parity with the suburbs

Population growth in urban city centers is rising at the same pace as that of the suburbs for the first time in decades, according to a new report from the Urban Land Institute and RCLCO Real Estate Advisors.

As space dries up on land, Hong Kong looks to build infrastructure underground

As Hong Kong faces up to the reality of its acute land shortage, city officials are looking to solve the territory’s housing problem with a truly novel idea – they’re looking at building some public facilities underground

Rural residents can’t afford to move to the city, study finds

Rural Americans are increasingly staying put. The finding was the highlight of a University of Chicago study that found the overall mobility of the U.S. population has fallen to its lowest level, and by almost half since its peak in 1985.

Memphis is About More Than Music & BBQ

Memphis holds the world record for being the city around which the most song titles have been recorded. That tells you that people visiting and living in Memphis are intrigued with the city. As the Memphis Rock n’ Soul Museum tells it, there have been over 1,000 commercially recorded songs and over 800 distinct titles

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Is Abortion Contributing To Lack Of Demand From First Time Home Buyers?

In doing research for various articles for Realty Biz News, I see a lot of data, and some of it has caused me to ponder on the question of whether abortion, and it’s effect on population growth, has begun to impact the U.S. housing market.

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