Blogger at Bacon's Rebellion; former editor of Virginia Business magazine, May 16, 13.
Do American households really prefer “sprawl” development?
Blogger at Market Urbanism and Neighborhood Effects, May 10, 13.
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Matt Dietrichson, May 09, 13.
Though it has long been perceived as sign of economic security, some economists are finding that high homeownership rates may be perverting the market.
Jay Blazek Crossley, Apr 25, 13.
The City of Houston will no longer have an "urban" and "suburban" zone, as City Council passed a large suite of changes to Chapter 42 development regulations.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 22, 13.
Rebuilding the public housing facilities that were destroyed by Hurricane Ike has been controversial, but Galveston City Council has moved the process forward.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 17, 13.
Aging of the US population and our current over abundance of inaccessible low density housing indicates need to retrofit suburbs to be livable for seniors.
Independent journalist who has covered real estate since 1995, Apr 10, 13.
Get ready for Great Senior Sell-Off
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 29, 13.
Following a flurry of transit-oriented development, the city of Denver is moving away from suburban sprawl and toward denser more sustainable communities.
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 26, 13.
Highlighting market trends in Chicago, a new study reinforces the idea that transit access adds value to homes.
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