As the real estate development economy continues to awaken, we are seeing development take a different form than what we were seeing during the previous boom period. There is currently a big focus in both the private and public sectors on re-examining and re-doing existing buildings and communities.
In This Issue
Three responses jump out from the latest Community and Transportation Preferences Survey by the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.
When Paulette and Jeff Rees-Denis began thinking about downsizing a few years ago, they knew they didn’t want to leave the northeast Portland, Ore., neighborhood where they’d lived in a 1924 Craftsman bungalow since 1992...
With grant support from the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®, six local REALTOR® associations have partnered with their local governments to sponsor “WalkShops.”
Not far from the sparkling new, $1.5-billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta’s low-income Vine City neighborhood, Rosario Hernandez is in charge of a two-lot garden with raised beds that produced tomatoes, green beans and peppers this past summer and fall.
Discussions around safe, affordable housing issues often focus on helping low-income residents in large urban areas. But rural areas are also experiencing housing challenges that require creative solutions...
One way of looking at the coliving trend, which is providing inclusive housing for younger people launching their careers in big and exciting — but expensive — cities, is “adult dorms,” a grownup version of upscale college dorms.