Keep reading to find out how the move toward remote work impacted real estate as told through a series of trends identified by ZeroDown.
35% of people worked from home during the coronavirus—here’s what it means for real estateUpdated
25% of people moved during the pandemicUpdated
Rural and remote towns received unexpected growthUpdated
‘Zoom towns’ have also gained popularityUpdated
Urban areas with historically low home prices reboundedUpdated
Fastest-growing cities are located in Sun Belt statesUpdated
Investors are paying attention to gateway citiesUpdated
Having a home office or coworking space is becoming an important amenityUpdated
Remote workers are moving away from downtown areasUpdated
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