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Monday, March 31, 2014
My husband (frequently) and I (to a much lesser extent) must travel for work. As a result we have a driver named Tura on speed text. Tura has been shuffling us from home to the airport and from the airport to home for a few years. Tura is a driver and his wife is a nurse, and they live in a two bedroom condo with their two children. Currently he's trying to find a house in Dallas for $200,000. The only problem (according to Tura) is that there are no more $200,000-three-bedroom-two-bath-houses left in Dallas.
Tura claims that in Dallas the "rich" people are driving the "poor" people to the suburbs.
I don't know if there is any data to support his perception, but his perception is a very interesting point-of-view. Do you think the generation that was raised in the suburbs outside of Dallas now want to live in a more urban setting inside Dallas?