By MIKE SCHNEIDER
Associated Press 

Study: Residents left big metros during pandemic for family

 

Last updated 5/9/2021 at 6:50am

Valley News/Shane Gibson photo

FILE PHOTO: San Gorgonio Mountain is seen in the distance covered in snow from Rainbow Valley Boulevard in south Temecula.

Cece Linder was living in a 770-square-foot apartment outside Washington, D.C., last spring when the area went into lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.

In May 2020, after a few months of both living and working in the small space, Linder decided to leave the capital area and move into the 2,000-square-foot (186-square-meter) beachside home she jointly owns with her parents in Cocoa Beach, Florida. Now she gets to see the sunrise over the water each morning before work.

"If I'm teleworking anyway, why not move to this other place that is more visually attractive, it's beachside,...



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