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COVER STORY | The property market: Moving with the times

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Living preferences and working behaviours triggered by Covid-19 have upended the property landscape.

Our homes are no longer just living spaces, they have become working, social, and educating places. With the ability to work from home, suddenly things like commuting time or geographical location are not such critical issues anymore and people have been making different decisions about how, and where, they want to live.

Commercial property has borne the brunt of altered patterns. And while residential property has not escaped entirely unscathed, these changes have, to some degree, favoured the residential property market.

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