There has been much speculation about the long-term outlook for housing demand in cities. COVID has boosted demand outside the major cities but Zoopla believes this is more a one-off factor than a long-term ‘seismic shift’ in home buyer attitudes.
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While the near-term outlook is positive, Zoopla indicates housing demand to weaken over the course of the summer as the economic impact of COVID starts to materialise, with widespread projections for increased levels of unemployment.