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COVID-19 Fuels Sudden, Surging Demand for Suburban Housing

Laila Assanie and Yichen Su ()

Southwest Economy, 2020, issue Fourth Quarter

Abstract: Business interruption and social distancing mandates because of COVID-19 have disrupted what had been a period of sustained growth within city centers nationally and in Texas. The pandemic-related actions have helped propel a sudden, large shift from renting to homeownership and a concurrent movement to the suburbs and larger homes.

Date: 2020
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