More people are choosing to live in Seattle than surrounding cities, The Seattle Times reported early this week. This is the first time in 100 years that the demand for city housing has beat that of the suburbs.
This exciting change may prove to be essential to our economic growth, as evidenced by the outstanding number of apartment buildings that opened in 2013 (more so than in to meet its demand, building various housing in many different neighborhoods, to avoid higher prices and limited housing options. We must act quickly, before additional fees and processing begin to take effect.
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