The critical aspects you use in your comparative market analysis will help your secure buyer clients today and well into the future
by Nico Hohman | Feb 6
75 percent of New Yorkers have access to fresh food while only 6 percent of Oklahoma City residents can say the same
by Marian McPherson | Mar 26
Good public transit and short commutes are also becoming more important to buyers
by Marian McPherson | Dec 21
Walkable storefronts and locations give consumers more authentic experiences
by Deidre Woollard | Feb 14
Think about your 5-year plan
by Debbie Biery | Sep 16
The list kicks off with Seattle, Denver and Green Bay
by Inman | Sep 12
Which cities are building the most walkable new homes?
by Inman | Aug 16
Bankrate.com ranked 200 cities of varying sizes based on quality of life factors
by Kimberly Manning | Jun 29
Some cities see higher percentages of leased spaces in walkable places – with higher rents, too
by Jennifer Riner | Jun 20
Luxurious island offers both separation from and proximity to Miami
by Tim Lobanov | May 25
New linear park will connect residents to businesses via walking and bike paths
by Britt Chester | May 20
Character, location and vast opportunity all make dated homes an enticing purchase
by Nicholas Brown | Dec 9
Ten neighborhoods have a walk score of 89 or higher
by Erik Pisor | Dec 2
DC and Arlington ranked among top 10 by FindTheHome
by Inman | Nov 10
From Denver to Akron, Ohio, homeowners weigh in on the merits and drawbacks to their locations
by Amy Tankersley | Nov 5