How Has COVID-19 Impacted Use Of Smart Home Products?
A year of pandemic life has changed how we operate — literally! Our survey explores how smart home products are fitting into our homes in a world shaped by COVID-19.
The coronavirus pandemic hit America just as the spring home sales market was beginning. But, that doesn’t mean all markets haven’t fared well. These are the cities where prices rose– and will continue to rise– throughout the spring months.
What used to be the “must-have” item in a home might not be the case anymore as people are changing how they use their spaces. Here’s what you can expect to come back in style, and fade out, in a post-coronavirus market.
So it’s the middle of a pandemic and you find yourself having to move soon, how do you do it appropriately and safely? There are a few routes to take, whether it’s professional help or just family and friends, but you still need to practice social distancing. Here’s how.
Surprisingly, homeownership’s reputation as a safe investment took only a minor hit before rebounding in the 2012 Great Recession. Now, we’re entering an economic crisis that may be worse. But, here’s why homeownership is still a great investment.
Seemingly overnight, most industries are finding themselves at the mercy of the coronavirus pandemic — real estate included. But, how do current buyer and seller sentiments compare to pre-pandemic aspirations? Homes.com surveyed 1,000 people from across the country to find out.
The response by Congress, federal and state regulators, and even individual lenders and landlords, has been swift when it comes to homeowners and tenants impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Check out this article for resources to put into action if you’re an owner or renter during this time.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced many Americans to adjust almost every facet of their daily lives to stay safe and “flatten the curve,” but how has it changed the home itself? To find out, Homes.com surveyed 1,000 people across the country to see how the pandemic has affected their living spaces.
Incorporating some of these tips into your daily routine, as social distancing guidelines and restrictions continue to expand, can help ease pressure and create a calmer environment in your home and work life.
Millions of homebuyers take months to find the home of their dreams, but about half don’t shop at all for the mortgage lender. In fact, shopping for the right lender is just as important as shopping for your dream home and, in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, here are some updates you’ll NEED to know.
Despite feeling “stuck” at home due to the coronavirus outbreak, many people are finding ways to entertain themselves in a period of social distancing. In fact, Homes.com was curious enough to find out what dream amenities people would want in their home while self-quarantining.
By now most of us have thought of organizing everything in our house including the closet that houses all the things and the drawers we never want to open. Once you run out of things to do then what? Don’t sweat it, we’ve created a list of 5 projects that might not have crossed your mind yet!
When will the selling, buying and financing of houses return to normal? That all depends entirely on when the coronavirus crisis finally ends. But it’s highly likely that real estate won’t return to normal at all, at least not as we know it today.