The price of gas is causing many people to rethink the way that they love their lives. Be it the vehicle they drive or how high/low they set the thermostat, but one thing is for certain, the rise in gad prices is driving those that live in suburban areas to move into the cities or at least closer.
Thursday, June 26, 2008
People can no longer afford to refill their propane tanks for heating, or pay that costly furl price if one makes a hour long commute everyday. However this only presents complications. Firstly, the decline in property value of suburban homes and an increase in city homes. People want to move into the city but find themselves either unable to find a place to live or are unable to pay the increasingly high monthly rates. So are we seeing a reverse in how Americans live their lives?