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Housing Inventory Slowly Disappearing




Housing Inventory Slowly Disappearing | Keeping Current Matters

The price of any item is determined by the supply of that item, and the market demand. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) released their latest Existing Home Sales Report this week.

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Location, Location, Location




Location, Location, Location | Keeping Current Matters

A recent Demand Institute report revealed “nearly half of all American households plan to move at some point in the future.”

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Is Another Bubble Forming?




Is Another Bubble Forming? | Keeping Current Matters

After the housing market bust we experienced across the country in 2008, many experts have been quick to warn that a new bubble may be forming in some areas.

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Are House Prices Beginning to Accelerate Again?




Are House Prices Beginning to Accelerate Again? | Keeping Current Matters

In a recent post, we explained that the supply of homes for sale in December was at its lowest level in over a year. The January National Housing Trend Report from realtor.com now reveals that inventory in January has decreased another 6.7% month over month and 8.7% year over year. This is occurring at the same time that buyer activity (demand) remains strong.

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Two Graphs that Scream – List Your Home Today!




Two Graphs that Scream - List Your Home Today | Keeping Current Matters

We all learned in school that when selling anything, you will get the most money if the demand for that item is high and the inventory of that item is low. It is the well-known Theory of Supply & Demand.

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