COVID-19 and its side effects have kept rural Pa. real estate agents busy

by Jason Nark, Updated: May 27, 202

The last time Tina Richlin’s phone rang this much was just after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, when some city residents thought they’d be safer in the mountains.
Today, the COVID-19 pandemic has the lines at Richlin’s real estate office in rural Sullivan County ringing nonstop again with people seeking to rent short-term, buy second homes, or relocate altogether to somewhere with a smaller population.
READ THE FULL STORY AT The Philadelphia Inquirer.

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