Monthly Archives: August 2014

Back to the City

More people prefer to live near the center of a city or town, minimizing commutes and located near restaurants and entertainment.  This seems to be a shift away from the traditional urban migration to suburban space.  But when you look … Continue reading

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Why is New Construction More Expensive than Resale

If you live in an area that has limited land for new development, many builders have decided that it is better to sell fewer new homes at a higher price, than to build more homes at lower prices.  The higher-end … Continue reading

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Multi-Generational Living

Multi-generational living has attracted strong interest because of culture (parents and in-laws), the economy (children and grandchildren), and health (caregivers).  The key to making it work is a separation from the primary household.  Most popular elements are a private entrance … Continue reading

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Baby Boomers Have a Lifestyle Plan

Most baby boomers plan to move out of their current home and 70 percent believe that the house they retire in – will be the best home that they ever lived in.  25 percent of boomers will likely buy a … Continue reading

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