On This Episode:
We’ve talked quite a bit over the past few months about how the coronavirus has changed the real estate industry and the processes we have in place. Now let’s look at how it could shift behaviors over the long-term.
The National Association of Realtors recently published some observations and findings about trends that they’ve seen over the past few months. They listed seven behaviors that have emerged during this COVID-19 pandemic and we want to get Colleen’s commentary on each one. Is she seeing the same things around Oregon?
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Listen to the full episode or click on the timestamps below to hear a specific segment.
[1:26] – Buyers are rushing
[3:51] – Shifting wishlists
[5:47] – Less concern over commute time
[6:35] – Multi-generational homes becoming more common
[7:35] – Pets could drive purchasing decision
[9:12] – Prepare for a first-time buyer wave
[11:28] – People might stay in their homes fewer years
“When we list a home that is priced right and has a beautiful presentation, we will list on a Thursday and have multiple offers by Saturday.”
– Keeping It Real Estate Podcast