The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the way Americans use their homes. According to the National Association of Home Builders study, 25 percent of home buyers say that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their housing preferences. As work-from-home and virtual school attendance numbers grew, and as opportunities for in-person leisure activities vanished, many were forced to spend much more time at home than usual.
Household demands changed and the priorities for homeowners and home buyers also changed. They began to rethink how they live and use their homes which has led to a simultaneous growing desire to connect with nature.
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