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The Urban Exodus

It is a veritable truth that new times always bring with them new trends, and that is precisely what is happening now in many aspects of our lives. The world has changed radically and is imposing some new very different norms from those that prevailed until recently. The real estate sector is no exception.

Living in large population centres, maintaining a 100% urban lifestyle, having a home in the centre of the urban area (the more central the better), and scrambling to include those extra few square meters of balcony space to create a larger living room or bedroom. In recent decades, those have been the most frequent approaches and desires for a high percentage of the population.

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