Chic Condo To Cul De Sac: 9 Factors To Consider When Moving To The ‘Burbs

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August 17, 2013 ‐ By Blair Bedford
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Thinking about moving to the suburbs to finally get your white picket fenced-in home with all the trimmings? Since the mid-2000ss, African-American professionals and families are making a major migration from the big city to the suburban South. As major cities like Chicago, Washington D.C. and Atlanta still remain home to some of the largest population of African-Americans, the decline in African-American city dwellers, many of whom are young, wealthy black professionals, has reached 20 percent in the last decade alone, according to a 2010 U.S. Census.

Make sure you consider a few of these financial, economical and residential factors of living away from the city and on the outskirts.

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