NAR survey shows how coronavirus has impacted housing market

By Tara Mastroeni | Forbes

In an effort to get a sense of how the coronavirus pandemic is effecting the real estate market, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) has been conducting a series of flash surveys aimed at gauging consumer behavior.

In just the time between the two initial surveys—the first of which was released on March 9 and the second which was released on March 19—there has been a significant shift in attitudes regarding the virus among both buyers and sellers.

Here’s what the surveys have had to say:

While the majority of sellers aren’t yet removing their homes from the market, they are changing their behavior around showings.


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