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Westward halt! Gas prices slow expansion
Housing market in some communities has taken 1-2 punch because of high gas prices, sputtering economy
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Subjects: Real estate sales; Housing prices; Suburban areas; Public transportation; Urban areas; Commuting; Gasoline prices; Housing
Author: Smith, Gerry
Date: Sep 21, 2008
Start Page: 1
Section: Metro
Abstract (Document Summary)

High fuel prices could begin to reshape the suburban landscape by forcing some residents of the exurbs to move closer to the city or to suburbs with rail lines, said economists, real estate agents and urban planners. Other suburban real estate agents are using access to public transportation to their advantage.

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