I came across a list today of how real estate agents across the country describe neighborhoods.
Urban Bootstrappers are lower scale single parents living in the city, supporting themselves and their children on a low income and rent their homes.
New Suburbanites are
Mobile suburban singles
A high proportion of this pre-middle-age to middle-age singles have moved to the suburbs in the past 8 years
Some have a college education and work in professional or management careers
Wise Old Urbanites:
Older home-owning city dwellers in older buildings
Middle- to senior-age urban singles that are established in their work and living environment Most own their own apartment or condo and tend to live in older buildings
Single-income families living in the city
Families with adults approaching middle age with one partner working and the other a stay-at-home parent
Mixed educational status with some having a high school education and some college
Suburban couples living in mobile homes
A higher than average percentage of these married couples with no children live in mobile homes or non-conventional homes (boats, RVs, etc.)
Education level varies from high school to college.
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