There is a clear tendency of more and more people wanting to move out of the cities. Mainly young middle-class families. That has to some extent already put pressure on rural housing prices. In Norway owning a mountain cabin is a big thing, and you see that people migrate to their cabins for longer periods at a time, and even apply for it to become their main home. (Most of these cabins have a very high standard also.) With working from home becoming the norm, I see that continuing as well. You might have a small apartment in the city, that you visit in order to take care of business, but live in a rural location.