Lots of firsts in 2020. Some are terrible milestones we never want to top again that involve the coronavirus and its effects, others are such surprising highs that evolved because of the pandemic...and real estate is one of them.
Like me, you may have seen article after article about new heights in sales all over the country. Vermont housing prices increased by 23% overall since last year and there isn't a seasonal or yearly rental to be found. Florida real estate that’s had plenty of ups and downs over the past decade has also become unstoppable. Of course we could expect the same to be true in our area where the weekly summary is similar-- inventory in the suburbs is at an all time low.