Photo: PeakSTOCK/Getty Images Photo: PeakSTOCK/Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PeakSTOCK/Getty Images Why the Coronavirus Has Me Window Shopping Real Estate Like Crazy 1 / 1 Back to Gallery It’s 2 a.m. and I can’t sleep—a common occurrence ever since the coronavirus began its hideous, horrible path through New York City, where I’ve been living for the past year. Yet whenever pandemic panic kicks in during the wee hours, I have figured out the perfect panacea for my insomnia: I grab my phone and start shopping for real estate. Right now, I rent an apartment in a high-rise building. If I venture outside, I strap on a mask, touch elevator buttons with my elbow, and cower from my neighbors in the lobby. It goes without saying that New York is a tough place to live right now. My anxiety craves an escape hatch. And nothing delivers like a listing photo of a spacious cabin on a remote, wooded 10 acres, with a lush garden overlooking a private lake. Am I looking to move? Not yet. In New York state, in-person home tours aren’t even allowed, and I’d never buy a place sight unseen. Nonetheless,… Read full this story
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