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Millennials Still Want Single-Family Homes, Even if it Means a Long Commute

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While some data suggests that housing density is starting to prevail in certain cities, the vast majority of Americans still want a single-family home with a yard, even if it means sacrificing proximity to work. 

Since the middle of the 20th century, one common image of the American Dream has been a suburban detached single-family home with a lush lawn and a picket fence. But in many major U.S. cities, the single-family-only zoning policies that preserve the idea come with sky-high housing costs, a homelessness crisis and racial and socioeconomic segregation.

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Multiple offer bidding wars are down considerably in SF, and nationwide

San Francisco is still the most competitive housing market in the country, but even here the bidding frenzy seems to have died down, according to recent Redfin data. Only 35 percent of offers written by Redfin agents for SF buyers faced a bidding war in July 2019, compared with a staggering 72 percent just one year earlier.        Read more=================>