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Market Data + Trends

Pandemic Gives Way to Record Rise in Multigenerational Living

The share of multigenerational homebuyers advanced from 11% to 15% during the pandemic, pointing toward another trend resulting from the pandemic.

Market Data + Trends

Widespread Vaccinations Would Make 14 Million Homeowners More Comfortable Moving

Half of the respondents to Zillow’s recent survey say they would be largely comfortable with moving homes now, while 70% said they would feel large

Construction

Commercial Builders Turn to Residential Sector as Fallback

As residential construction booms, commercial projects face delays, closures, and even cancellations amid little demand.

Coronavirus Resources and Information

Online Homebuying Makes Way for Sight Unseen Bids

With the increase in virtual selling tools and shortened listing times, making a bid on a home sight unseen has become easier and more common.

Market Data + Trends

'Pandemic Housing Fever' Rushes Some Buyers Into Purchasing

One Los Angeles resident found herself a homeowner after losing bidding wars for months—only to realize she hated the $600,000 house.

Remodeling

Did Homeowners Call on the Pros or DIY More Often in 2020?

With an unprecedented number of Americans staying at home, many homeowners realized the inadequacies of their current homes, which opened up a dema

Coronavirus Resources and Information

Majority of Workers Remain Remote—And Many Would Keep It That Way

A recent Gallup poll found the majority of US workers are still working from home and many prefer it to remain that way.

Tiny Homes

Tiny Home Living is Thriving, But With Drawbacks

Although the need for more space is one of the top demands for current buyers, 2020 will likely be a record year for tiny homes—but tiny homes are

Financing

Mortgage Delinquencies Fall to Pandemic Low

The latest reading by CoreLogic found the number of mortgage delinquencies fell to a pandemic low at the end of November, yet the number of severe

Coronavirus Resources and Information

Construction Workers Among Least Likely to Accept Vaccine

Despite having higher rates of mortality during the pandemic, construction workers are among the least open to receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

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