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How to navigate homebuying this spring as competition surges

By Michelle Fox, Published Sat, Apr 10 202110:26 AM EDT

Prospective buyers visit an open house for sale in Alexandria, Virginia.
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When pandemic life began to feel too tight inside the one-bedroom apartment Taryn Orellana shared with her husband, Antonio, she knew they had to move.

In October, the couple decided to buy their first home in Lakewood, Calif. It was harder than they imagined.

“There were periods of desperation, where we would make offers on houses and we weren’t even sure if this one was ‘the one,’” said 37-year-old Orellana, a nurse practitioner.

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Housing Market Covid: What Will Happen to Home Prices After Pandemic? – Bloomberg

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The booming housing market has been a bright spot for a U.S. economy shaken by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Despite mounting job losses and bankruptcies in industries battered by social distancing, home sales have been on fire across the U.S., with Americans racing to gobble up larger properties in the suburbs, with room for remote school and home offices.

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Top 7 Best Reasons to Retire in Las Vegas, NV

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A Simple Gift – NYTimes.com

This story begins with a wooden table. My grandfather Sidney Howard, a playwright and

Sidney Howard (1891-1939), American playwright...
Sidney Howard (1891-1939), American playwright and screenwriter. First to win both a Pulitzer Prize and an Academy Award. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

screenwriter, needed a new desk and hired a local carpenter to make one for him. The dimensions, four feet wide and seven feet long, were odd but practical: The large surface was perfect for laying out pages and scenes after he finished typing them.

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