It won’t surprise anyone that the COVID-19 pandemic affected housing in 2020. Now that it’s been more than a year since the pandemic took hold globally, many entities are offering new — and more precise — insights into longer-term trends and ramifications on certain sectors, and what we might expect to see in the coming year.
Apartment List, an online marketplace for unit openings, and Kidder Mathews, a local real estate agency, are just two such experts to share reports detailing how housing — specifically apartment living — has been influenced in the course of a tumultuous year. In its National Rent Report, Apartment List homed in on pricing trends. Kidder Mathews looked at sales in its 2021 market study. Some findings were in line with what one might expect to see in a year defined by unpredictability; others shirked expectations.
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