Getting a better sense of how people visualize their neighborhoods could be the first step toward improving them.
Diverse neighborhoods, it turns out, aren’t just conducive to hipsters.
The geography of income inequality is all about demand.
There are more factors at play than just those related to the real estate market.
The financial crisis turned the world upside down.
New research finds residents of well-to-do neighborhoods—especially those who are younger and relatively poorer—tend to spend compulsively and manage their money unwisely.