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Is Proximity to Mass Transit Becoming Less of a Draw for Apartment Renters?

2018-05-15 17:27:29| National Real Estate Investor

In the few years since companies like Uber and Lyft began to offer their ride sharing and carpooling options to riders in San Francisco, the premium earned by apartments near mass transit has dropped.

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