When you develop your list of wants and needs in a home, are you considering the neighborhood? How close am I to the nearest grocery store? What are my transportation options? Those questions factor into a home’s walkability score. Walkability is something very important to city living, and may be the reason why many Millennials are choosing to stay in the city. Do you need help deciding what location is best for your lifestyle? Let’s chat! I’m an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®), and would love to help.

Long to live in the city? The quiet-vs.-accessibility trade-off is something to consider by Jill Chodorov Kaminsky. © 1996-2017 The Washington Post.