Suburban enclaves said to be losing favor in some regions

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Buyers prefer city living, so many formerly desirable subruban homes stay on the market much longer than in recent years

September 02, 2016

Photo: Serge Melki/Wikimedia Commons.

Suburban communities, even wealthy ones, such as New Canaan, Conn., are not as popular as they once were.

New Canaan, a picturesque New England town an hour north of New York City, has a glut of properties on the market. Many formerly desirable homes stay on the market much longer than in recent years, as more buyers prefer an urban setting, and more companies are moving to cities or setting up shop there.

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