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The following is a collection of reader comments found on Inman.com: Walk Score represents 'the tip of the iceberg' Gas prices pique interest in Walk Score "This is merely the tip of the iceberg of what is sure to come. Higher gas prices will force everyone to reexamine the residential and work choices they have made. "Residential properties closer to public transportation and carpooling services will be in greater demand. 'Bedroom communities' will see the one-hour or two-hour commuters coming home only on weekends. Apartment-sharing and boarding near to the workplace will become more and more popular. "How can you change the way you market properties to capitalize on these forecasts?" --Robin Taylor Roth One size never fits all Social networking pays off "Before you can present a consumer with information on every available listing in their price range they have to visualize themselves living in X, Y or Z community. There is no sho...