Definition of "Dispersing force"

Jonathan Slater, MBA (HBS) real estate agent

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President, Sequel Residential

Those factors causing the movement of people, industry, and business from the central city to the outside central city areas, suburbs, and/or small cities. Elements of the dispersing force are need for increased space, high rentals, commutation times, crime, pollution, and the need for natural ambiance.

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