From the NYT about fringe neighborhoods
I'm throwing this one out there because many of us live in areas which have lots of homes for sale, and little strip malls with the store fronts boarded up.
What kind of future will this sort of neighborhood have? A study written about in the New York Times opinion section is worth reading, to see, if you choose to sell your home, what market it might appeal to.....or if you are looking to buy a house in such a neighborhood, what value you can expect it to hold in the near future.
Here is the link. Tell me what you think. Expensive homes moving into the center city? hmmmmm, I see the Chicago bungalow becoming more fashionable.....
Here is a link that might be useful: Death of the Fringe Suburb