Published Monday, November 16, 2020


The focus of South Florida's residential real estate has been most downtowns. But unlike the past decade the tide has turned towards the suburbs. Covid-19's effect on single-family home sales have exploded. This is sparked by those escaping heavily populated regions. Experts say that the driving force is the readiness to work from home and millennials who wish to start families that are targeting the less dense Florida suburbs. 

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