The Wall Street Journal just dropped a story online about investment firm Cushman & Wakefield's annual report. The primary focus of the piece was the fact that the U.S. has regained its spot as the world's biggest real estate market. Yay, us.
But more interesting, at least to Memphians, was C&W's assessment "that the top markets offering 'the right live/work/play environment' for millennials were Nashville, Brooklyn, Portland, and Memphis." That's pretty heady company. All that craft beer and music cred and affordable downtown housing is starting to pay off, apparently.
I say, buy now, while prices are still low. I read it in the Wall Street Journal.