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Buying a House in a Post-Covid-19 World

I remember buying my first home at the ripe old age of 21. Hours of research, along with taking a real estate course to learn about the process, didn’t adequately prepare me for the twists and turns I would endure along the way.

No matter when you’re deciding to purchase your first home, you know it’s going to be a stressful situation. Deciding on a neighborhood, speaking with real estate agents, and opening up your finances for inspection by strangers is surely par for the course. But imagine doing this now, during a time of so much uncertainty. Our friend, Jason Benedicic, is doing just that.

In an article that’s a break from the norm of his usual tech writing, Jason ponders the question: “Is buying a house in a post-COVID-19 world a good idea?”

Jason Benedicic comments:

As strange as it is for someone nearing 40, I don’t own a house. I’ve moved around a lot in the last few years, probably more in this recent period than ever before, so it hasn’t really been on the top of my agenda.

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Tiffany Lardomita

Tiffany is an avid reader, marketer, and educator with over 10 years of experience in the online content development space. Combining her love for technology with an eye for detail, she leads Gestalt IT’s content creation projects. She enjoys cooking, making elaborate pieces of jewelry, and daydreaming on her deck. Follow her on Twitter at @Tiffany_ANV.