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REALTORS® Take Action Making Smart Growth Happen

August 2, 2012: 

Smart growth, which emphasizes walkability, higher density, and transportation access as ways to more effectively use land, is not a new concept.

Active Living

August 2, 2012: 

When Jane Finger thought about where she wanted to spend her retirement years, the community she envisioned had to be walkable.

Building a New Suburbia for All Generations

August 2, 2012: 

Today’s suburbs aren’t what they used to be. And they’re only just beginning to show signs of what they will be tomorrow.

Calling All Millennials … Urban Areas Lure Gen Y With Placemaking Programs

August 2, 2012: 

Motown is a city with soul, but it’s short on people.

The Gen X Factor: Suburban Choices are Plentiful for the Smallest Generation

August 2, 2012: 

The end of World War II brought the start of the baby boom and the beginning of a housing pattern that is burned as deeply into the American psyche as baseball and apple pie. “When I grew up, there was no question that when people had a family, they moved to the suburbs,” says Arthur C. Nelson, director of the Metropolitan Research Center at the University of Utah.

How Millennials Move: The Car-Less Trends

August 2, 2012: 

Millennials own fewer cars and drive less than their predecessors. They’d rather walk, bike, car-share, and use public transportation — and want to live where that’s all easy.