Could one of the fallouts of COVID-19 be reduced urban density?
This question was posed in a recent Globe and Mail article that examined how smaller housing that is closer together could lead to increased spread of infection.
Some speculate that as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we could see a change to the land distribution and dwelling type of choices of people in Canada’s largest cities.
However, critics say that urban density could be important during the pandemic for increasing social connectivity while physical distancing.
What is the answer?
On the Purview blog, we are looking at this Canadian mortgage trend, plus how you can tap in if your clients are seeking a room with a view — and more space.