Are streets with high turnovers good or bad?
Asked on Jun 23 2011,
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There's no definative answer to this without knowing and further detail about the street. There could be a specific reason for people not staying in the street for very long, or it could be that the area attracts a transient population.
Answered on Jun 23 2011,
If you're talking neighbourliness - bad. But on the other hand streets where everyone rents and moves on have low turnover because the owner (landlord) is constant.
Answered on Aug 17 2011,
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