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Three Things To Think About If You're Yearning To Ditch The City For The 'Burbs

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Three Things To Think About If You're Yearning To Ditch The City For The 'Burbs

Three Things To Think About If You're Yearning To Ditch The City For The 'Burbs

The lockdown restrictions imposed by the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has changed the thinking of many city dwellers.

According to Business Insider, demand for homes in the suburbs has skyrocketed, driven by urbanites seeking more living space.

But real estate professional Alison Bernstein says that before making the leap, would-be suburbanites should consider three important factors.

First, school rankings don't give the whole picture of a community.

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