What would convince you to move into the city, versus continue to live in the suburbs?
Apparently, horrific traffic jams aren’t enough to convince you.
What about high gas prices?
Some people apparently think it’ll bring people into the city.
I don’t know. I think city versus country folk make their decision on where to live based on things other than price. Quality of life, for example. Safety. Plus, to live in Boston (downtown) they’d have to be willing to live in a tiny condo versus a larger single-family.
What do you think?
Does $3.00 a gallon change the equation?
Source: David Peterson, Laurie Blake, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, by way of Suburban Buyers Urged to Factor in Gas Prices – National Association of Realtors