Being named the most violent, most dangerous and murder capital of the nation are not key selling points for young talent. Nor is urban blight, the racial divide, lack of public transportation, corruption, police brutality, excessive ticketing & taxing or having a reputation for being one of the most racist cities in the nation. Black talent is shunned. College students graduate and they’re outti. Businesses and residents who can, leave. People are leaving in droves. Attract? St. Louis can barely keep the talent it has.

Being named the most violent, most dangerous and murder capital of the nation are not key selling points for young talent. Nor is urban blight, the racial divide, lack of public transportation, corruption, police brutality, excessive ticketing & taxing or having a reputation for being one of the most racist cities in the nation. Black talent is shunned. College students graduate and they're outti. Businesses and residents who can, leave. People are leaving in droves. Attract? St. Louis can barely keep the talent it has.

Real estate industry’s future is bright in St. Louis, if city can attract and keep young talent

Members of the St. Louis real estate industry are celebrating a banner year and looking forward to 2019. Developers, investors, builders and housing
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