COVID-19 sparks big interest in suburban life

The COVID-19 pandemic could result in waves of people moving from the city and into the suburbs in search of more space, forecasts show. While 30% of American say they’ve browsed real estate listings recently, those who live in urban areas are twice as likely as those living in the suburbs or rural areas to

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Millennials spur suburban population growth

U.S. suburbs are seeing rapid population growth due to an influx of millennials who’re moving out of the city centers. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Apex, a suburb of Raleigh in North Carolina, is now the fastest-growing suburban area in the country, earning the nickname “Millennial Mayberry” due to the number of young

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Suburbs are less affordable than urban areas in the largest U.S. metros, study finds

Housing affordability across the country is especially tough in the nation’s urban areas, but in the country’s largest metros it’s often the suburbs that are the least affordable.

Corporations relocating to urban centers, but they might regret it, experts say

Companies in the U.S. are increasingly abandoning suburban office parks in favor of urban centers, but developers say they’re concerned about what will happen if the trend persists

Are you ready for the big baby boomer sell off?

As they enter retirement, the baby boomer generation is set to sell of its homes in vast numbers over the next decade.

The End of Suburbia is Nigh

Young professionals are heading to cities and some have vowed to stay, forsaking the suburban life completely.

Top 9 Exciting Suburbs For the Young

Evanston, Illinois might not be on your bucket list but it ranks in the top nine suburbs in the nation. This suburb is full of nightlife with 32% of the population made up of 20-to-34-year-olds in a nation that is growing older with the aging of baby boomers. Besides ample live music venues, Evanston is

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Opportunities Arise with Real Estate Value Increasing in Perth

The city of Perth has seen a recent increase in the value of real estate, a trend analysts expect to continue in the city’s suburbs in 2012. For some real estate firms, this is a golden opportunity, and Perth’s resources boom is a field of ripe opportunities. Perth is the largest city in the state

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A Changing Landscape – Suburban Poverty on the Rise

Soaring poverty levels in suburban USA are forcing a growing number of suburban communities to rethink how they can best serve their residents. The New York Times has reported that nationwide, 55% of the country’s poorest people in urban areas are now living in city suburbs, a huge increase from the 49% recorded back in

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