A lot has happened since the start of the pandemic.
You will find that some predictions are contrary to each other.
1 – Less urgency for the residential market
The return to a certain normality of life will remove the sense of urgency for the purchase of houses.
For example, the exodus to the countryside is expected to decline.
2 – It will be more difficult to obtain real estate
Prices are currently very high, both for buyers and for tenants.
This could eventually create a crisis.
3 – The market will continue to rise
There are 3 reasons for this: the scarcity of housing, the still active demand and the house at the heart of the concerns of millennials for telework.
4 – Demand will decline and prices will be stable
Aggressive offers will stop since many people have already bought their homes.
The bidding mania has already calmed down since the middle of the year.
5 – The demand for plexes will increase
Considering the scarcity of single-family homes, the demand for plexes will be high.
Supply for plexes will decrease and rents will increase.
6 – The price of real estate will become unaffordable
The supply of affordable housing is too low and many people cannot afford to buy at current costs.
Prices will continue to rise until they become too expensive for a large portion of the population.