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Curbed

Jun 21, 2016

...The other two-thirds, or some of them, may be suburb-bound. "It may be overhyped," says Adam Ducker, managing director at RCLCO, a real estate consultancy, of the potential wave of millennials moving to the suburbs. "But it’s still important. In a country of 350 million people, if 3 or 4 percent do something different, that’s vitally important. It’s important to not overstate the difference between generations. The real problem here is that nobody in the homebuilding industry is giving them a product they want...

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