Monthly Archives March 2018

Where are Millennials, Gen Xers and Boomers headed? The top housing markets by generation

Generation gap

It’s not just age that separates the nation’s biggest generations. According to recent data from Realtor.com, it’s also preferences in housing markets.

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Where Millennials are moving

Realtor.com recently studied U.S. Census Bureau migration data, Realtor.com searches and page views, and changes in homeownership rates to determine the most popular housing markets by generation.

According to the study, Millennials are largely flocking to tech hubs and places with lots of culture – cities where they can “make good money and still have a good time.”

Home buying trends: Millennials are more conventional than you might think

Top spots for Millennials include San Francisco, Seattle, Houston, Dallas and Washington, D.C...

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Lincoln Property Company Names Top Apartment Communities in Portfolio for 2018

DALLAS, March 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Lincoln Property Company, manager of over 184,000 apartment units throughout the country, announced the winners of their second annual "best of" awards program, the Lincoln Legendaries. Created to recognize apartment communities that were best in class among the company’s residential portfolio, properties from across the United States submitted their final presentations and proposals to take home one of the coveted awards. Congratulations to these Lincoln-managed communities.

Best Amenities Package
Winner: Optima Signature – Chicago, IL
Runner Up: Bartz Ranch – Austin, TX
Honorable Mention: Alexan West Dallas – Dallas, TX

Best Vintage Community
Winner: The Residences at Slatersville Mill – Slatersville, RI
Runner Up: The Stahlman – Nashville, ...

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The Latest: Texas Democratic midterm primary turnout grows

Supporters of U.S. Senate hopeful Beto O’Rourke cheer during a Democratic watch party following the Texas primary election, Tuesday, March 6, 2018, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The Latest on primary elections in Texas (all times CST):

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Democratic turnout for Texas’ primary has exceeded primary midterm vote totals not seen since 1994, when the party was beginning its slide into the political wilderness in a state that had for decades been a Democratic stronghold.

More than 1,036,950 voters cast ballots for the U.S. Senate race in Tuesday’s Democratic primary, the party’s highest midterm primary election total in at least 24 years.

Republicans also set a new non-presidential year primary turnout record, exceeding 1.5 million votes Tuesday.

Democrats haven...

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With Rising Voter Turnout, Democrats Hope To Turn Parts Of Texas Blue

Bins of signs are seen in a storage are at the Bexar County Election offices last month in San Antonio.

Texans are casting their votes in their primaries Tuesday, the first contests of the 2018 election cycle. But voters in the Lone Star State have been voting for almost two weeks already — and there’s been a big surge in enthusiasm across the board.

Driven by anti-President Trump fervor, in this typically deep red state, there are plenty of positive signs for a once-latent Democratic Party in the state. Early vote turnout for the minority party has surpassed GOP totals — and even bested their 2016 numbers. Democrats have also fielded a record number of candidates in all 36 congressional districts, and there’s the potential to flip maybe three or more seats come November.

There are eight...

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