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Real Estate COVID-19 Remains “Unpredictable” In 2021 Real Estate Market

According to realtor.com, additional lock-in measures may slow down the real estate market. With the end of a year of tight supply and rapid housing price increases, economists at realtor.com believe that housing inventory shortages will not be so terrible in the housing market in 2021. However, it all depends on the course of the …

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How to Reopen the Real Estate Behind the Sudden 2020 Real Estate Boom and What’s Next

Subscribe to “How to Reopen”, our weekly news about the time it takes to restart the business during the pandemic. In 2020, one of the biggest surprises is the real estate market’s resilience that has attracted many Americans who are looking for houses. The COVID-19 pandemic, the loss of millions of jobs, the weak economy-has …

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Give Best Shot: If You Think 2020 Is A Difficult Journey for The Real Estate Market, Wait Until 2021

Few people would predict that the UK housing market will be at a high level in a year when the pandemic sweeps the world. Government data show that rents have even reached historical highs of £725 per month in the UK and £1,435 in London. The stamp duty holiday in March has encouraged people to buy frantically …

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Home Prices in Arizona and Florida Expected to Decline Because of COVID-19 “Perfect Storm”

Even though there was a yearly increase in prices of homes by 4.8 percent in May, a CoreLogic report forecasts prices of homes will increase over the summer and an estimated 6.6 percent reduction by May this year. According to CoreLogic, states such as Florida and Arizona faced the topmost storm of elevated coronavirus cases, …

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House Prices will Decline in 2021 as COVID-19 Impact hits, according to Halifax

It is expected that the price of houses in the United Kingdom will fall by as high as 5 percent in 2021, because of the rate at which unemployment is increasing and the end of the stamp duty holiday by the government. The top lender in Britain, Halifax, stated that the pandemic inflicted economic fallout …

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How is this Brexit Deal Expected to have an impact on the United Kingdom Housing Market?

4½ years after the vote by the public to leave the European Union, the deal of Brexit came to effect on January 1, 2021. Here is how it will likely impact the housing market in the United Kingdom. After negotiating for months, the European Union and the United Kingdom agreed to the Brexit deal on …

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“In 2025, office real estate market will go back to the level it was before COVID-19: Cushman and Wakefield”

The remote work experiment mandated by the COVID-19 pandemic is going to remain a permanent trend, and at a period, workers will go back to the office in numbers like they were before. When? It’ll likely take 5 years, according to a prediction from Cushman and Wakefield. Worldwide office vacancies won’t go back to their …

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