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Remote Workers Push for Second Homes

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Despite the nationwide rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations and a return to life as once was normal, pandemic-driven demand for second homes is soaring, as many remote workers are opting to spend at least part of their time in vacation destinations, ...

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Pandemic Forces Shifts in Migration

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A new study has found that that 11% of Americans have been forced to relocate to the pandemic, increasing the pool of Americans seeking homes in an already-constricted market.

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How Rent Dollars Funnel Back Locally

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With the nation nearly $60 billion behind in rent due to the pandemic, a new study looks at the breakdown of each dollar a landlord receives and how the local community benefits.

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Gap Widens Between Demand and Inventory

While the COVID-19 pandemic gripped the nation and brought everyday life to a near halt, the housing market remained as robust as ever this past year, with home prices rising 14.3%, new listings coming in at 27% lower, with 50% ...

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