Monthly Archives: March 2016

Big City, Small Space

Millennials want an “on-demand lifestyle,” which means they are valuing location over square footage and amenities, says Glenn Kelman, the chief executive of the real estate firm Redfin. A growing number of young adults living in tech hubs like San … Continue reading

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Strong Cellular Coverage Boosts Building Values

Only about 2 percent of commercial buildings have dedicated technology in place that offers a strong, reliable mobile coverage and capacity indoors, a new study finds. The buildings that do offer strong mobile coverage are seeing property values increase because … Continue reading

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Rental Housing Crisis Projected to Grow

The number of households spending more than 50 percent of their income on rent is expected to rise at least 11 percent from 11.8 million to 13.1 million by 2025, according to new research by Harvard University’s Joint Center for … Continue reading

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