The Real Estate Mantra: Locate Near Public Transportation

Download (PDF: 8.2 MB) | News Release

This is a joint report between NAR and APTA. This study compares the performance of residential and commercial property sales near fixed-guideway stations with areas without public transit access between 2012 and 2016 in seven regions: Boston; Eugene, Oregon; Hartford, Connecticut; Los Angeles; Minneapolis–St. Paul; Phoenix; and Seattle. These regions are served by public transit including rapid rail, commuter rail and bus rapid transit (BRT), and represent small, medium and large regions.

Advertisement

Global

Find the information, education, and connections you need to thrive in the growing field of international real estate.

Voice for Real Estate: January 6, 2020

Video
Get takeaways from NAR's first-ever Real Estate Forecast Summit and annual conference; learn about key federal budget wins for real estate; and more.