The recent impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is being felt around the world. Construction and engineering projects are being affected in many ways. Since this type of crisis is new to everyone, adjusting to the COVID-19 marketplace has not been easy. The global impact of COVID-19 on the construction industry is expected to evolve as
When the threat of COVID-19 first hit the United States no one was sure what the impact on our housing market was going to be. The truth is that at the time this article is being written, we still don’t know how the market is going to look on the other side of this pandemic.
The truth is that the home buying process has been due for a big change long before anyone even heard of COVID-19. Many of the steps involved with buying a home had barely advanced at all in the last two decades. Sure, online property searches were a huge innovation 15 years ago. But, just about
Just like the resale market, the new construction market has changed a good deal during this pandemic. Fortunately for the new construction buyer, many of the processes involved in home shopping were easily adapted to this safer and more distanced way of conducting business. One very obvious difference in new construction sales is that the
Though it may be hard to find any silver lining in this pandemic, there are some ways it has changed the real estate industry for the better. While buyers and sellers have been ready for a more streamlined approach to the home buying process for a long time, many agents and brokers have been reluctant
So much has changed in the world of residential real estate over the past that months that it seems important to cover the best ways to effectively handle this market as a home seller. Fortunately, we live in a time where information is so readily available we’re able to stay on top of the issues