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CENTER FOR ECONOMIC AND POLICY RESEARCH

Are Rents Too High?

There are two reasons that rents can rise in price. The first is that the same units cost more money. The second reason is that the mix of rental units change so that the the typical unit costs more.

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Forbes

25 Millennial Magnet Neighborhoods

To create Forbes' ranking of the 25 Best Cities and Neighborhoods for Millennials, Niche.com analyzed the data of cities and metro areas with one million residents or more from the U.S. Census, FBI, and surveys of nearly half a million college students and graduates from over the past four years. Forbes' Katherine Dill comments.

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INSIDE REAL ESTATE NEWS

West Denver's Solterra Adds Brookfield

Inside Real Estate News' John Rebchook spotlights Brookfield Residential, which is now venturing west with its "Home Evolved" concept of constructing green homes. Brookfield homes are now on sale in Solterra in Lakewood, about 20 minutes west of downtown Denver.

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NEW YORK YIMBY

Toll Brothers City Living's Latest Project Unveiled

New York Yimby's Nikolai Fedak reports that the first renderings for 959 First Avenue have been posted on-site, giving a detailed look at Toll Brothers City Living’s latest project to begin construction in Manhattan; Goldstein Hill & West is the architectural firm of record, per filings with the Department of Buildings.

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