Recent research shows that residents on Long Island are looking to drive less. However, the limited effectiveness of the public transit system proves trying for many travelers, with reasons ranging from limited access to inflated prices. For these and other reasons, transportation has begun to turn to an affordable, on-demand service option, adding an alternative to public transportation while simultaneously streamlining it.
In recent years, an increasing number of high-earning millennials have vacated the Empire State for opportunities in other corners of the nation. The loss of residents under the age of 35, with a salary upwards of $100,000 per year, seems to be common for our region when examining U.S. population data from the past several years. A wider range of housing choices is needed to retain and attract talent and to ensure the future of our workforce and region remains promising.
On Long Island and throughout our nation, housing is a dynamic issue with new research emerging daily. This page will provide current insights and trends regarding homes, both rentals and for-sale, that will be compiled from a variety of reliable sources. We hope you find them interesting.