“Ultimately, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed how buyers think about purchasing a home, causing them to reevaluate their housing goals and priorities,” Tricia Nekota, president of the trade association representing real estate agents, said in a report released on October 6th. “The spike in demand for single-family homes may correlate to buyers pursuing a different quality of life and a new environment following the sharp shift in people working from home,” Nekota said. Our October 2020 Housing Inventory Snapshot supports the demand spike with an increase in average list price for all property types while number of active listings decreased.
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