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Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Rise of the 18-hour City

While 24-hour cities still attract residents and real estate companies, slightly quieter 18-hour cities are gaining appeal. Cities that never sleep tend to exist in a real estate bubble. Las Vegas and New York will always attract fresh residents, for example. But a new type of town is generating buzz in the real estate industry. […]

Who is Buying Single-Family Homes?

The National Association of REALTORS’ 2016 Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends Report highlights who’s buying homes, who’s selling them and what trends are on the horizon. Millenials are the largest share of home-buyers, according to the National Association of REALTORS’ 2016 Home Buyer and Seller Generational Trends Report. They are also becoming more and more […]

National Trend: Beyond Car-Dependent Buildings

Southern Land Company’s 3601 Market community in Philadelphia continues to generate positive buzz for the way its amenities and design tap into national real estate trends. In January, New York Times reporter Ronda Kaysen used 3601 Market to exemplify how developers are building housing for young professionals in college towns. Then in February, ran a story about a RealShare Conference panel that […]

Nashville Welcomes New Growth and Community Voices

After Mayor Megan Barry was sworn into office on September 25, she got to work immediately, according to Lonnell Matthews, the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood and Community Engagement. Matthews reports that Mayor Barry intends to carefully scrutinize the city’s programs to improve sidewalks, livability, ensure affordable housing, reduce the city’s rate of youth violence and implement […]