The coronavirus has shifted real estate markets throughout the country. In the May 8 issue of The Washington Post – Real Estate: Realizing Home is Where Your Family is – John Eric shared his views on this trend…

The real estate market, said John Eric, senior vice president and senior adviser for Compass in Arlington, has been reframed by the coronavirus. “The pandemic has reset the wants and needs of Americans across the board and what they actually do now that really fits the lifestyle in which they want to live,” Eric said.

In addition, John Eric said that he has seen a “huge influx of people” arriving from outside of the DC area. “The driving factors, in many cases, have been ‘closer to family.’ An increasingly remote-friendly working world has made this priority shift a very real possibility.”

The full article can be found in the Real Estate section in The Washington Post (May 8, 2021)