The COVID-19 disaster hit the housing market a year later. Because of the COVID-19 health and housing crisis, fewer buyers are looking for home buyers, and fewer buyers are willing to rent their buildings or allow strangers to enter their COVID-19 homes during the holidays. -Mach.
Although it rained heavily at the beginning of the year, home sales continued to decline over the summer. At the same time, the health crisis has boosted the economy in terms of employment and instability.
Fears of a housing crisis in 2007-2009 remain high in many heads-some homeowners are struggling to cope and unemployment is at its peak. As a result of the disease, many families are researching housing needs because their homes represent offices, schools, restaurants, and places of recreation.
View of a longhouse
Although the current crisis is not driven by the housing crisis, the outlook for the COVID-19 housing market is uncertain due to the economic collapse and high employment. However, there are indications that they are normal. Purchasing conditions improved and returned to the consumer survey in August, where they were a year ago.
Many families cited “good shopping” and lower taxes as the main reason, and in the past year many families reported “success” and “a family is a good place”. An August board survey showed that the share of buyers planning to buy a home in the next six months is the same as last year.
There is a lot of information about how the disease develops in the workplace and at home. Employees who can work from home may have lower incomes than a short walk from the office. And again, families have become better homes (pool or kit) for public services (park or stadium). This operation also significantly improves the image of the building and is very different from the situation.