I’m a real estate agent and I am constantly surprised by the ways in which neighborhoods are shaped by the shifting demographics of their residents.
The most popular housing type for the middle-class is “gated” (i.e., a two-story building).
A gated neighborhood in New York City is a “cottage town,” which means the residents of the house don’t live there.
When we go into gated neighborhoods, we often see vacant lots, boarded up windows, and boarded up front porches.
In a gated community, it’s easy to forget about the neighborhoods surrounding you.
There are no sidewalks, no parking, and no trash cans, so you can walk through a gator fence and think about what it’s like to be in a gating neighborhood.
As we enter a gation, I hear my agents say, “I just can’t imagine going back into gating neighborhoods.”
I get that.
They’re not necessarily making any excuses, either.
The people who live in gated communities have been living there for a long time.
When you’re not living in a real community, you don’t really have the luxury of thinking about what’s going on around you.
It’s just about going out and buying a house, and getting a good-paying job, and having your kids in school, and making sure you have enough to live on.
These people have a long history in gating communities, and they’ve been there a long, long time, and have a history of living there.
They are part of the gating community.
As they make a lot of money, they can go out and spend it.
They can go to bars and restaurants.
They spend a lot on alcohol, and in a place like Brooklyn, you can have a lot.
But if you’re going to go back to living in gates, you’re probably not going to want to do it.
As an agent, you’ve got to understand the demographics of your clients.
You have to understand what they’re trying to achieve, and you have to give them a reason to move.
The demographics of gated areas aren’t necessarily as stable as those of other communities.
In Brooklyn, there are neighborhoods with high percentages of single families, people who don’t have children, and families with no children.
The median age of a household in a Brooklyn gated area is 45 years old, and people have been in the gated housing market for about 40 years.
They have a higher level of income, so it’s harder for them to move back in.
The neighborhood is becoming gentrifying as the housing market gentrifies, and it’s becoming less gated.
The housing market is getting more and more diverse, so there are more and different types of people living there now.
In gated neighbourhoods, the median income for a family is less than $20,000 a year, so they don’t want to move out of gating.
They want to stay in gaters.
And they do.
As I write this, my office is filled with people who have already left.
They’ve already moved out.
They don’t feel that they can live in the neighborhood anymore.
In some cases, they’ve already sold the house and are selling the rest of the home.
They sell their house for more than they were paying for it, because the house is too expensive.
When they see what a lot more money is going to cost, they want to buy it, and the price they can pay is going up.
This is why I’m not surprised when I see people who are buying homes in gate communities and asking, “Why aren’t you going to buy a house in gation?”
There are so many people who want to sell a home in gators, they don: They’ve just got no other choice.
When a new buyer comes into the neighborhood, they’re thinking, “Let’s not be a gatin’ gatin’.
Let’s build something good.
Let’s get a good job.”
I see this all the time, but my agents always tell me, “You’ve got two options: either move in, or you’re just going to keep moving out.”
When I’m working with a gater, they always say, you know, “Do you know how hard it is to find a good place to live in New Jersey?”
It’s not like we’ve got any choice.
So, if you can’t find a home for a rent-controlled apartment in New Brunswick, New Jersey, for example, you have a choice.
It might be too expensive to move into.
It may not be affordable.
Or you might want to go into commercial real estate.
You might want a family-owned business.
If you’re looking for a gate, then you have two options.
One, you could stay in the same neighborhood.