Among the myriad changes that swept across the United States during the pandemic was an increase in migration from many large, densely populated areas- Including bay area -And a record surge in home prices across the country.
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But how will home prices for immigrant magnets rise compared to metropolitan areas that are losing their inhabitants, such as the Bay Area? Are there fewer more affordable areas as new buyers flood the housing market? Are house price increases more restrained in high-departure areas?
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