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Response to marybourg (Reply #3)

Fri Oct 30, 2020, 03:31 PM

4. SB is a poor example, but there are many business articles recently

on this changing trend. We know several young professionals who have been working remote for months that have also moved from large urban metro areas, DC, Phila. to smaller cities in the last several months.

It means much less commute, cost savings, more time, more space and much more affordable housing than in large cities and suburbs where a basic starter home, closer in is over $1 million. Many are also carrying large student loan debt which this helps. I can't blame them, I would do the same.

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