With the presence of the vaccine and continued safe habits, a shift to post-pandemic times is underway. As a real estate community, we can feel the hope and responsibility of that shift.
The typical “new” feeling of a spring market has been superseded this year by the feeling of continuation of a bull real estate market that hasn’t let up since a delayed start last spring.
Climate change has influenced consumer preferences, business models and potentially most important, where people are choosing or being forced to live.
Today’s market surely presents some unique challenges.
We know remote work has opened up a whole new world of possibilities for many, and Grand Rapids is uniquely positioned to welcome those looking for a great place to live, work and play.
As we close out the year 2020, it’s easy to say that it was a year that defied expectations.
In a year filled with clouds of uncertainty and some dismay, residential real estate has been an undeniable bright spot shining through.
Most businesses sign leases for many years to house their operations. But what happens when you’re hit with a pandemic that limits your ability to use the space you spend 5%-8% of your revenue on?
As we roll through our fifth year of historically low inventory levels in West Michigan, will that trend continue?
The real estate surge typical of March, April and May is now projected for June, July and August.
Somewhat surprisingly, real estate has remained relatively strong here in West Michigan, and there are positive indications that it will continue to get stronger and bounce back quickly.
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