Coronavirus (COVID-19) is changing the real estate market in the United States significantly and experts are already trying to predict, what could happen next? Will the market suffer any consequences?
What can the real estate industry do to prevent/minimize the spread of COVID-19?
If you have been planning to buy a new home this 2020, well then, despite the situation, you can still do. But should you go for it?
Good news for all borrowers! The Trump administration will allow delays in mortgage payments for all low-income households in America suffering by the coronavirus side effect, economical crisis.
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Encouraging news to all home sellers! Buyers are rapidly returning to the housing market, despite uncertainty due to coronavirus.
With the warm weather coming back, and states easing lockdown restrictions, buyers are finally flooding back into the market. However, amongst the uncertainty, they're noticing a critical factor is at play; nobody is selling!
Rent prices have dropped significantly in the most expensive U.S. cities, such as: San Francisco, New York, and Boston.
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Statistics show that the real estate market is not going through its best moment, which brings us to question, how has COVID-19 impacted the housing supply?
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