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Homogeneity In Single Family Housing?

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Eli

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Which states are the most homogeneous when it comes to single family housing?
 

Eli

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Tennessee is dead last.
 

Nancy Heiss

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Hmmm interesting question. Someone in another thread mentioned CA as very homogeneous but you couldn't prove it by me. Sure, there are tract housing developments but there are just as many custom homes of all sizes and designs in one market area.
 
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Alaska ( that was a joke! )
 

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Probably the northeast as it has been established longer, most likely similar housing. More appropriate is that certain areas within a state is homogeneous. FR example, a town in the DFW area was established and virtually every home was built by Centex/Fox and Jacobs builders. You could literally select by home model.
 
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Eli

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Hmmm interesting question. Someone in another thread mentioned CA as very homogeneous but you couldn't prove it by me. Sure, there are tract housing developments but there are just as many custom homes of all sizes and designs in one market area.

That was me. I don't doubt that at all. OTOH, I imagine large segments of tract development. Lol

Like segments consisting of hundreds or thousands in a segment. I bet Hollywood alone has some pretty homogeneous segments compared to any city in TN.
 
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Eli

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It's not all about physical factors either.
 

CANative

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Everyone thinks all of California is Orange County.
 

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Anywhere with a lot of new development is homogeneous. As neighborhoods age it becomes less and less homogeneous.
 

Nancy Heiss

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That was me. I don't doubt that at all. OTOH, I imagine large segments of tract development. Lol

Like segments consisting of hundreds or thousands in a segment. I bet Hollywood alone has some pretty homogeneous segments compared to any city in TN.

Here are four homes in Hollywood on basically the same street. :LOL:

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