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Why Is Inventory So Low? Study Cites Decades of Underbuilding as Root Cause

1 month ago   |   By RIS Media

The pandemic has brought to a boil an issue that has simmered for years, affecting all Americans, but none more than residential real estate professionals. Every week the lament is louder-there just aren't enough homes for sale. The shortage creates frustration for those who work tirelessly to help people find suitable homes, but are unfortunately being priced out of the market.
A study by the Rosen Consulting Group, commissioned by the National Association of REALTORS®, concludes that today's shortage is a result of decades of underbuilding in the nation's housing stock, creating an...
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Housing Inventory June 14th Update: Inventory Increased Week-over-week

Housing Inventory June 14th Update: Inventory Increased Week-over-week

1 month ago   |   By Calculated Risk

One of the key questions for 2021 is: Will inventory increase as the pandemic subsides, or will inventory decrease further in 2021?
Tracking inventory will be very important this year.
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