Posts Tagged: changes

Appealing to Millenial Homebuyers

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Big news! A recent study by the National Association of Realtors shows that millennials make up the highest percentage of homebuyers nationwide. We’ve found this to be true of our local market in the D.C. Metro area as well. We’ve also found that these younger buyers have very specific tastes. Therefore, it’s critical if you’re… Read more »

Dallas Gayborhood Changes

Expect an empty field, at least two new restaurants and maybe a new bar in the Dallas gayborhood along Cedar Springs Road in 2016. Kroger may face some stiff competition when a new Central Market opens a few blocks away, but even though some of the land has been cleared, a timeline for the new… Read more »

The Evolution of the American Home

The single-family home in America has evolved in one particularly remarkable way: It has gotten bigger, and bigger. New homes built today are about a thousand square feet larger than single-family homes completed just 40 years ago (that’s about the size of an additional modest rowhouse in Washington, D.C.). All that space is a sign… Read more »

Toronto’s Skyline Transformation

For Brooklyn-born Ken Greenberg, this heady era in Toronto is akin to a certain New York moment. In New York City in the late 1920s, an explosion of people and skyscrapers, and especially the addition of iconic structures like the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building to the skyline, “drew people like magnets” from… Read more »