Smart Money In Real Estate Is On Smart Growth
"This suburb of Washington, D.C. inspired R.E.M.’s 1984 song about the soul-sucking blandness of a suburban adolescence that has been a staple of rock and roll. “(Don’t Go Back to) Rockville” described a town of empty houses, “where nobody says hello.” But some experts in the real estate business believe that in the future, more and more of us will be going back to places like the revamped Rockville -- quite happily, in fact."
So starts Helen Chernikoff and Al Yoon's special report for Reuters, "Going back to Rockville: After the bust, urban-style living is gaining momentum."
Reconnecting America assisted Chernikoff with research for the report.
Read the report here.