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When it comes to real estate in 2021, there’s just one word to describe it.


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It started in 2020 with the coronavirus pandemic, as urban dwellers fled the dense cities and moved to the spread-out suburbs, snapping up properties sight unseen in some cases. And as jobs went remote and workers realized they no longer had to live in a set spot, the moves continued in 2021. With a serious lack of inventory, bidding wars ensued, some buyers skipped home inspections or paid cash to lure sellers to accept their offer, and the most-coveted homes sold seemingly the moment they went on the market.

But now that we’ve reached the next season, what will fall hold for the real estate market? According to a report from Realtor.com, the market is starting to cool down — just a bit — and prices are…

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