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The fried-chicken chain has more than 700 locations in the Southeastern region of the United States. Canton's location will be just the third that has opened in the Midwest.

The sale of the development, The Vines at Riverpark, equates to more than $567,000 per unit.

Dallas City Manager T.C. Broadnax’s record $4.5 billion budget proposal for the 2023-24 fiscal year also has money slated for more police, transportation and fixing the city's dysfunctional residential building permit system.

New York City investor Sovereign Partners LLC sold two office buildings and some land in Milwaukee’s Park Place office campus in an eight-figure transaction, according to state records.

Homes in the East Bay — from Oakland to Berkeley — have been following a similar trend.

The 8,562-square-foot custom-built home, with its private sandy beach on Lake Washington, offers a blend of vacation and everyday living. “It’s a relaxed casual space, and people just come there and want to stay,” the owner says.

The supervisor, who has spent his career opposing trickle-down housing economics, says California's review of housing in San Francisco will benefit developers serving the city's wealthiest.

With home prices increasing by over 30% nationally since June 2020, many people wonder if Denver is in a housing bubble about to burst.

However, experts say several factors indicate Denver’s housing market remains strong.

“We still have high demand, a historical shortage of inventory, and a lack of new homes being built. We could see a bubble in riskier loans for vacation homes, but residential real estate should largely be better off due to more conservative underwriting processes learned from the Great Recession,” says Greg Hriso, a real estate agent with Homie Colorado,

Ryan Carter, president of 8z Real Estate, agrees.

“The job market is strong, which means more people can afford to buy homes. There’s not an oversupply of homes on the market, so prices are unlikely to drop sharply,” he says.

But sellers should no longer expect homes to sell in a weekend for tens of thousands over the list price.

Moving toward balance
After nearly two years of record-breaking sale prices, the D..

James Unger wants potential homebuyers to consider Green Valley Ranch seriously.

“It’s an awesome neighborhood,” says Unger, an 8z real estate agent.

Conveniently located near Denver International Airport, Green Valley Ranch also offers easy highway access so residents can take a 20 to 30-minute drive downtown.

The neighborhood’s suburbia-lite vibes, safe streets, and 21 schools make it attractive to young families.

And homes in Green Valley Ranch are some of the most affordable in Denver, averaging below $475,000, Unger says.

Green Valley Ranch provides easy access to plenty of green space, including a public golf course, skate park, and Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge.

What’s available?
The neighborhood developed shortly after Denver International Airport opened in 1995. As a result, most homes are 20 years old or less.

This master-planned community offers a mix of single-family homes, condos, and townhomes to appeal to a wide range of people, from empty nester..

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