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BOMA 2019
Golf Tournament
September 9, 2019
Ravenwood Golf Club
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Lunch | 11:00 am
Shotgun Start | 12:00 pm

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New York Beer Project
October 2, 2019
4:00 - 6:00 PM
Riverwood Tech Campus
November 20, 2019
5:00 - 7:00 PM
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BOMA Christmas Party
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December 12, 2019
4:30 - 6:30 PM
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Co-living spaces:
How millennials, Gen Z create affordable rent situations in big cities

With millennials  carrying more student debt  than ever before,  earning less than their parents  and dealing with  unaffordable high rent prices  in big cities, experts say "communal living" spaces in today's sharing economy are both convenient and necessary.

Compared with traditional home buying or apartment renting, today's cohabitation market is friendlier to lower credit scores, laxer with security deposits and offers greater flexibility than traditional leases with multiple roommates.

The lifestyle is often compared to adult dorms, with the communities formed intentionally for residential transplants. Hot spots span from L.A. to New York City, with budding hubs in metro areas nationwide.

Article & photo courtesy of USA TODAY
Want to Buy a Home?
These are the Top 10 Hottest Housing Markets in the Country

Homebuyers are skipping the suburbs and exurbs of big cities and instead flocking to smaller, more affordable metro areas, according to’s list of hottest ZIP codes in the U.S., released exclusively to USA TODAY early Wednesday.

Millennials are driving the popularity of these areas – from Shawnee, Kansas, to Goffstown, New Hampshire. They are looking for cheaper housing that isn’t too far away from the downtowns of the nearby cities where they can dine, shop and work.

Affordability has been the motivating factor for the last five years as housing prices in some markets become too high. But this year’s even more extreme, says Danielle Hale, chief economist at

“Those markets that came on the list versus those that fell off are much less expensive, about a third less expensive,” she says. “That’s helping those areas to attract buyers, particularly entry-level buyers and millennials, who are the biggest segment of buyers in the market.”

Half of the top 10 ZIP codes are making their debut on the list. The study ranked how hot a ZIP code was by how long it took a house to sell in a market, as well as how often that market was viewed on, an aggregate of home listings.

Here are the hottest ZIP codes for housing:

Rochester, New York (14609)
Young professionals are flocking to this city on Lake Ontario for job opportunities in education and health care, along with the Wegmans Food Markets, which is headquartered there.

Time on market before selling:  17 days
Median listing price:  $125,050, up 13.7% year over year

Millennial buyers make up 43% of new purchase mortgages.

Article & photo courtesy of Democrat & Chronicle

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