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Spain’s Large Cities Resist as a Focus of Demand for Housing

The coronavirus has made buyers look for other features in a home. Several new developments are introducing changes to their designs, such as, including spaces for home working.

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The Covid-19 pandemic, which has hit the entire planet, albeit to varying degrees, is accelerating certain trends in relation to the design and flexibility of the use of homes. That is the main conclusion to emerge from Knight Frank’s Global Development Report 2020, for which 160 property developers from 22 countries have been surveyed.

According to the study, coronavirus has led to a complete rethink as to how and where people want to live. For this reason, some new developments are now introducing modifications to pre-existing designs, proposing innovative solutions that offer spaces for home working and healthier lifestyles, amongst other aspects.

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