With millions of Americans now working at home, house hunters are looking for more room to hang their work hats.
The top economist for mortgage giant Fannie Mae thinks the home market’s bull run will continue, boosted by even lower home loan rates.
That’s the question major office employers and real estate companies all over the country are trying to navigate.
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Skilled trades gap, immigration controls blamed for lack of construction workers.
The transaction is the largest such apartment sale since 2016 and the fifth largest ever in the U.S.
Housing economists are predicting a 4 to 5 percent increase in home remodeling this year.
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