A year ago in March, the World Health Organization officially declared Covid-19 a pandemic, and shutdowns began across the United States and much of the world. This has been a year that has changed the way we live and work.
Homes became our offices and our sanctuaries. Our commute became the distance from our bedrooms to our dining rooms and home no longer had to be within driving distance to the office. As a result, many people chose to make a move to a new home — for more room, coveted outdoor space or a change in scenery. The real estate market boomed in the suburbs and countryside, and now with the vaccines showing the light at the end of this dark tunnel, cities are coming back in vogue.
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