The great outdoors, old spaces – new places, home sales…up?

Less yard, more parks

According to the America at Home Study, 52% of respondents said they’d be willing to trade their own yard space for better outdoor activities in their neighborhood. “They are saying, ‘Give me a place to walk, to walk my dog, to visit my neighbors,'” says Teri Slavik-Tsuyuki of tst ink, who spearheaded the study with Belinda Sward of Strategic Solutions Alliance and architect Nancy Keenan, president and CEO of Dahlin Group Architecture Planning.

 America loves a comeback!

The ruins of a St. Louis church built in 1884 that served congregations over a century-long span before it was decimated by a fire in 2001 is being reborn. The new, community-anchored open-air art space opens in July.

Updated forecast predicts growth

Each year, publishes its forecast…and this year? Same, except they actually came out with an update (since things are clearly happening fast in the homebuying world). That update predicts inventory will grow double-digits over 2021 and offer buyers a better-than-expected chance to find a home.

YouTube’s not coming up short

Is your brand on YouTube? Have you considered posting YouTube Shorts (their version of Tik Tok)? Well, you might! YouTube Shorts are now being watched by over 1.5 billion logged-in users every month. That’s a huge amount, especially when you also consider that YouTube’s total monthly ‘logged in’ audience is 2 billion total users. (That said, if you need a plan for YouTube or any other social platform, get in touch!)

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