As the coronavirus pandemic upends parts of everyday life, the Boston condo for sale market could be the next area to experience a shakeup.
Typically, spring is a peak time for Boston real estate hunters. But uncertainty about the disease has some people on edge about buying or selling, according to realtor.com.
“This was shaping up to be a fairly competitive home-buying season, and that may not be the case,” said Danielle Hale, chief economist at the home website. “It doesn’t mean that we won’t still see sales. But I would expect fewer crowds at open houses. I would expect more shopping online.”
My Real Estate Thoughts:
I’m going to give the last word to singer-legend John Lennon. If you only remember one blog post line, this is the one that most succinctly captures the present Boston real estate market and most succinctly captures endurance, perspective and hope:
“Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end.”