As coronavirus advanced from an episode to a pandemic toward the start of 2020, real estate eased back down essentially by early March.
As home loan rates declined, notwithstanding a general dread of the unknown as far as healthcare and the economy, there was still some movement with roused purchasers going to open houses and visiting properties.
Be that as it may, since social distancing orders were commanded around mid-March in many states, real estate hasn’t stop completely, yet it has eased back down in a manner the business hasn’t encountered in quite a while.
Nonetheless, with contract rates despite everything low and sellers by and large ready to make concessions, if all parties can agree to a showing either in person or virtually, and buyers are ready to write offers site unseen, it’s a good time to get a deal.
By ONE Sotheby’s International Realty
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