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Should long commute be deal-breaker for buyers?

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Are you set up for success in 2016? Join 2,500 real estate industry leaders Aug. 4-7, 2015, at Inman Connect in San Francisco. Get Connected with the people and ideas that will inspire you and take your business to new heights. Register today and save $100 with code Readers. Takeaways: A 17-city analysis assesses whether it makes sense for homeowners to live close to where they work. In some places, suburbs had almost a 30 percent advantage, while in others, the advantage was in the city proper. Cheap real estate and no state income tax make Las Vegas a good place in which to live and work. Homebuyers in Boston and New York would do best to look outside city limits. Thanks to a real estate slump in Las Vegas, if you work in Sin City, living in the city offers great advantages to homebuyers. But if you work in New York City, it may be worth considering putting down roots outside of the city, or even outside of the state. That’s the conclusion of HSH.com, a pub...