Is City Life Losing Its Charm Thanks To COVID-19?

Housing Market
In this April 1, 2020 photo, a "For Sale" sign stands in front of a home that is in the process of being sold in Monroe, Wash., outside of Seattle. U.S. home sales rose a record-breaking 24.7% in July, extending last month’s rebound after the coronavirus pandemic all but froze the housing market this spring, the National Association of Realtors said Friday, Aug. 21, 2020. AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File
Housing Market
In this April 1, 2020 photo, a "For Sale" sign stands in front of a home that is in the process of being sold in Monroe, Wash., outside of Seattle. U.S. home sales rose a record-breaking 24.7% in July, extending last month’s rebound after the coronavirus pandemic all but froze the housing market this spring, the National Association of Realtors said Friday, Aug. 21, 2020. AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File

Is City Life Losing Its Charm Thanks To COVID-19?

The housing market in the Chicago suburbs is growing, as city dwellers look to move to the suburbs to have more space during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dennis Rodkin of Crain’s Chicago Business breaks down the news.

GUEST: Dennis Rodkin, Crain’s Chicago Business residential real estate reporter