Most kids are heading back to school in person this year, but many parents are still coveting the virtual classroom spaces they created at the start of the pandemic. Many real estate pros believe they’re still a selling point, too.
Real estate pros continue to market and stage such spaces to attract potential home buyers.
“The family’s priorities have changed. People want these learning centers,” Fredrik Eklund, a real estate professional with Douglas Elliman in New York, told The Wall Street Journal.