The pandemic stokes demand for single-family homes

Before Covid-19, demand of single-family homes already greatly outstripped supply, and at this milestone of the pandemic, it appears that imbalance has only deepened. Lifestyles have shifted. The desire move to less populous areas, have a dedicated place to work at home and nearby open spaces and privacy, have made a single-family homes more popular. Time will tell whether a large enough segment of people with this sentiment will cause a meaningful industry shift and whether these desires endures after the pandemic. So many people forget so quickly.