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4 Reasons Why Home Ownership Is Still a Fantastic Investment

Rental markets are down as city dwellers flee to the suburbs in the face of permanent work from home. Is it time to buy a house?

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Out of dark events — like the widespread and tragic loss of life we've endured during the coronavirus pandemic — there has to come some good.

In spring 2020, the real estate industry, like so many others, was impacted by uncertainty and a nationwide shutdown that kept us from doing our jobs. But we collectively faced this with a resilience that left us even more ready to help buyers and sellers make a move. Our methods for listing and showing houses, meeting with clients and signing contracts drastically changed once we were able to conduct business. But like the entrepreneurs we are, we found a way.

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