The Outlook Of The Real Estate Market In 2021

2020 was a life-changing year in many areas, including real estate. No one could predict what would happen to the housing and mortgage industry, but as luck would have it, everything came out clean as a whistle.

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As we move into a new year, everyone wonders, ‘what’s the real estate market outlook for 2021?’ Will housing continue to be a hot commodity? Will interest rates stay low too?


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We don’t have a crystal ball, but we partnered with some experts to give our best guess on what the real estate market will look like this year and into next.


Here’s what you can expect.

2020 Helped Real Estate Agents And The Real Estate Market Grow

2020 was tumultuous. Real estate agents had to pivot in ways they never had to before.


Suddenly you couldn’t go into anyone’s house, which is how real estate agents prepare and sell homes. They were all left up in arms until the industry came up with new regulations that made it easier to buy and sell homes.


It took time to work out the kinks and make it smooth sailing, but at the close of 2020 and the start

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Real estate sentiment scores at a year-high in Q4 2020; 2021 outlook optimistic: Sentiment Index

a tall building in a city: Real estate sentiment scores at a year-high in Q4 2020; 2021 outlook optimistic: Sentiment Index

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Real estate sentiment scores at a year-high in Q4 2020; 2021 outlook optimistic: Sentiment Index

Supportive measures from the government, RBI and the resultant pick-up in end -user demand has helped boost sentiment and given a fillip to the real estate sector. In fact, for the first time in 2020, the ‘Current Sentiment Score’ entered the optimistic zone at 54 points in Q4 2020, a significant jump of 14 points over the previous quarter.

A score of above 50 indicates ‘Optimism’ in sentiments, a score of 50 means the sentiment is ‘Same’ or ‘Neutral’, while a score below 50 indicates ‘Pessimism’.

According to the 27th Edition of Knight Frank-FICCI-NAREDCO Real Estate Sentiment Index Q4 2020 (October – December 2020) Survey, for the first time in 2020, the ‘Current Sentiment Score’ entered the optimistic zone at 54 points in Q4 2020, a significant jump of 14 points over the previous quarter. It was at 40 in Q3 2020.

The October-December 2020 quarter continued to see an improvement in the business momentum. Office space leasing grew as global players began acting on their pending and anticipated lease plans encouraged by the news of multiple potential COVID vaccines. Traction in

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Expert Analyzes 2021 Real Estate Outlook

NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The pandemic has changed how we live our lives and how we work. As a result, the social distancing, stay at home orders and shift to working from home has significantly impacted the real estate industry.


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David Hicks, the CEO of HomeVestors, says the demand for single family homes has increased since the pandemic began.

“There’s a lot of people working from home who don’t want to have to work from an apartment or, even more so, they have kids who can’t go to a playground and that new backyard sure looks nice,” Hicks says.

HomeVestors’ 1,150 independently owned and operated We Buy Ugly Houses franchises purchased nearly 10,000 houses in 2020, generating sales of more than $1.6 billion.

While demand for homes has increased, Hicks says there has been a decreased supply of homes available on the market, as people who would normally be listing their homes for sale and moving are not, because they are waiting until the pandemic is over.

Life amid COVID-19 has also changed how real estate deals are done. Agents are now using technology to offer virtual showings and title companies, in some states, are offering virtual closings.

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Katten, Cushman & Wakefield to Hold 14th Annual Outlook on the Commercial Real Estate Market

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Jan. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Katten, in partnership with Cushman & Wakefield, announced today that it will feature five industry leaders at the 14th Annual Outlook on the Commercial Real Estate Market. The free, invitation-only, virtual event will take place on January 27.

“We look forward to joining Cushman & Wakefield to bring the Charlotte business community together for a frank and insightful discussion about the commercial real estate market in the year ahead,” said Daniel S. Huffenus, event moderator and Katten Real Estate partner. “This year we plan to take a long look at how the pandemic, financial uncertainty and a new federal administration may impact the trends and issues facing our region.” Several Katten attorneys will join Huffenus virtually, including Karen Nelson, newly named managing partner of the firm’s Charlotte office, and Frank Arado, chair of the Southeast Real Estate practice.

Revathi Greenwood, Global Head of Data and Insights, United States, Cushman & Wakefield, will be the keynote speaker for the event and will offer an economic and commercial real estate outlook for 2021. Greenwood will join a panel discussion with several of the region’s real estate thought leaders: Rachel Goldin Jinich, Senior Vice President in

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Interior Design Market Outlook 2021: Big Things are Happening

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