U.S. Migration Patterns Before & After the Start of the Pandemic We love good data about moving and although this data isn’t eye-popping, it is certainly another one to add to the stack. A recent report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s Midwest Economy Blog crunches recent moving data to examine moving patterns between
Redfin: Home Sales Getting Canceled at Highest Rate Since Start of the Pandemic New data from Redfin shows that home sales are getting canceled at the highest rate since the start of the pandemic. They say some buyers are backing out of deals as the slowing housing market gives them more room to negotiate –
Renters: Are you still getting a pandemic deal on your apartment? The Boston rental market has fully recovered from its pandemic lows. Have you noticed a difference in rent prices? | RealEstate.Boston.com The post Renters: Are you still getting a pandemic deal on your apartment? appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.
How the Pandemic Has Rocked the U.S. Housing Market It has been just over two years since the Coronavirus pandemic was officially declared. A recent report from Redfin takes a look at how drastically the housing market changed since that moment in time. They illustrate this with multiple data charts that include: Housing supply, home
Where have Bay Staters moved during the pandemic? Millions traded bustling metropolises for smaller cities or quiet vacation destinations during the pandemic. | realestate.boston.com The post Where have Bay Staters moved during the pandemic? appeared first on Boston.com Real Estate.
Demand for Pools Exploded During the Pandemic The Wall Street Journal (reposted on Realtor.com) says 2020’s pandemic induced an “explosion” of swimming pools across the country. They cite data showing sales of new in-ground pools rose 24% in 2020 – which they say is historic. However, they do offer up this caveat; Homeowners without any