ReStore Summary – 06.2014Download
In the Rocky Mountain West, as in other parts of the United States, people’s attitudes about where they want to live, work, shop and play are changing. The Sonoran Institute’s 2013 report, RESET: Assessing Future Housing Markets in the Rocky Mountain West, found that 90 percent of survey respondents would prefer living within an easy walk to other places in the community. Analysis of home sales prices in six western communities revealed an 18.5 percent price premium for homes in compact, walkable neighborhoods.
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