What kinds of communities do Americans want? Since every American church founded in the last 20 years (including mine) has strategically chosen “community” for a middle name, you’d think the concept of community would be highly valued in the United States. But think again.
In a helpful post, Kaid Benfield parses the most recent community preference survey conducted by the National Association of Realtors (NAR). You should read Benfield’s post to get the nuances, but the short version is… [more]