There are lots of way to find a house even in a pandemic. Here is an efficient system to find a house in pandemic.
Our real estate market changed a lot before the virus and even more now. See how each section of town is doing.
The Greenwich, CT rental market is up this year driven by the COVID-19 pandemic. House rentals over $10,000 per month have surged, while rentals of lower end apartments have actually fallen slightly as they don’t provide the social distance that tenants are looking for.
The COVID-19 pandemic will change Greenwich real estate for years to come. Today’s renters may actually lower our future property tax rates. Our hospital also becomes a major factor in a post-pandemic world. Buyers and sellers have new factors to consider.
First quarter Greenwich sales are up as New Yorkers are looking for homes outside the city.
Technology, the internet and friends give you powerful ways to search for a house without ever leaving your home. It’s also a nice way to keep connected and focused.
Sales and rentals are up in Greenwich, CT as more people from New York City look to Greenwich as a place to put more social distance between their families and their families. Four acres of land provides a lot more social distance than 12 inches of apartment wall.
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