Especially applicable to Los Angeles, a recent study conducted by “CEOs for Cities”, found that neighborhoods with the most walkable areas, with shopping, restaurants, entertainment, command higher prices.
This can be broken down to a range of between $4,000 to $34,000 over houses with just an average attraction level and the scale was measured from 0 to 100 – car dependent to most walkable. See full story.
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