A major result of the recessions has been a drop in demand on the housing market. With fewer people looking for new homes, home-sellers have been looking for new pitches to sell properties. In this challenging environment, 'walkability' has become a valuable trait for a property. Many perspective buyers are allured by the savings to be had in homes that are close to both public transportation and local stores. Moreover, being in walking distance of many conveniences makes it easier to remain in a home as you age. How important is walkability to you?
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