The Future Is So Confusing

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By Bill Sauneuf / John L. Scott Real Estate, Yelm
Posted 12/29/21

Some homebuyers have actually become hesitant to buy a home because of mixed signals from their employers. Will they be able to work from home or will they need to work from an office?

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The Future Is So Confusing

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Some homebuyers have actually become hesitant to buy a home because of mixed signals from their employers. Will they be able to work from home or will they need to work from an office?

How much space will be needed in their new home for a home office? Changing policies from employers are creating some hesitancy.  Personally, I think that the “work from home” option will be here to stay for a lot of jobs simply because it is cheaper for the employer to not pay for as much office space. However, I don’t have a crystal ball and even if I did, I wouldn’t place my bet on what I see in it.

As a real estate agent, both options are available to me. Personally, I mostly work from home or in my vehicle and have for the last nearly 20 years in the business.



Despite all of this, home sales have continued to be strong and inventory continues to be in short supply throughout the region.

Article by Bill Sauneuf / John L. Scott Real Estate, Yelm

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