How powerfully will the blended allure of desirably-priced housing and liberation from a daily commute move people to move, predictably?
Which top 10 states rankings for job seekers will win out in predicting where young people match up with career opportunity?
Winners and losers in the land game are placing big money on work-from-anywhere trends that may or may not hold in a mid-term future business scenario.
Land acquisition strategy's challenge of the moment is to decipher signals vs. noise, reactiveness vs. initiation, impulse vs. intention as households shape geography's future.
Here are the U.S. top 30 counties for vacation homes, as Americans blend their urge for recreation with a newfound capacity to work from anywhere.
Two iconic geographers, Richard Florida and Joel Kotkin, unveil a take on a new geography of post-pandemic live-work balance.
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WalletHub hosts one of the more sinfully irresistible city rankings: America's Happiest Places To Live. Question is: Will Americans want to live in them?
CoreLogic economist Thomas Malone offers two counterintuitive takes on the latest home price and sales volume data trends, with a sense of what they mean for what's ahead.
We are often considered to be part of the problem. There is a common perception among most housing advocates that we make obscene profits and don’t “get” what consumers need/want.
If you study your local planning documents, you are unlikely to find an analysis of how much we can reasonably build even in a pro-growth scenario. But we’re betting our future around the idea that it will be enough.