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5 Ways Stay-At-Home Living is Changing New Home Buying

Separation from neighbors

City dwellers know this well – social distancing isn’t easy when you have to share a lobby, hallway and/or elevator with one or more people every time you step out of your door.

Generally, it’s easier to be separate from your neighbors in a suburban home that has a lawn and possibly a fence and/or shrubbery around the yard. That’s why Zillow has raised the possibility that more homeowners might want to move to suburban areas, which usually offer larger homes at less cost per square foot.

Even inside the home, however, privacy is becoming more of a desire, with buyers wanting a basement or a den4 where members of the family can have time to themselves, if needed.

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