All the museums and restaurants of cities are moot points when they’re shut down and residents are shut in. Throw in a heightened awareness of population density and germs, and that’s why some housing professionals believe that the suburbs will be a hot commodity post-pandemic. The trend is already playing out as home sales creep back up after tanking down to just 15 percent of normal activity earlier in the month, according to CNBC reporting. Now that demand is returning, John Burns Real Estate Consulting says that realtors are seeing the most activity from young, urban renters.
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