That's the funny thing is I keep getting families wanting three bedrooms in Dallas not the burbs, the pricing isn't outrageous for New Yorkers which seems to be the kind of renter I am referring to. These people complain to me about units in the burbs and that they don't want to be next to the latest McDonalds, gas station, Walmart. It may be just what I am getting access to abnormal demand and not the norm. It just seems like two snakes eating their own tales here. Urban housing not reaching for the multibedroom dweller and schools also incapable of producing a quality education in urban locations which in Dallas is funny because our Urban areas are basically movie sets of urbanity.
The truly bad areas of town with the worst problems are more suburban than they are urban. Car based with almost nothing decent accessible by bus, train or walking unless you like walking on skinny treeless sidewalks and giant parking lots. If you want to be in a walkable area that would be compared remotely to urban areas in other cities you would be in West Village, Uptown, Lower Greenville, Oak Lawn, Knox Henderson, Victory Park, State Thomas. South Dallas, for example, is 97% suburban designed and continues to malfunction that way.
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