Home >> Tag Archives: Housing Inventory

Tag Archives: Housing Inventory

The Path to Real Estate Success

"In a shifting and ultra-competitive marketplace, with twice as many real estate agents than listings, having insights from experienced agents—80% of whom are confident about making it long term as an agent—about what works best to power business growth has never been more valuable," said Donna August, VP of B2B Marketing at Realtor.com.

Read More »

Home Prices Retreat in Nearly All Major Markets

According to the new Knock Sellers-Buyers Market Index, of the top-100 largest metropolitan markets, 98 of them reported home price declines in September, while 15 markets reported home prices falling by more than 10% from their highs set earlier this year.

Read More »

Buyer Demand Softens as Homes Linger on Market

Although homes are staying on the market longer compared to last year, numbers are still moving faster than pre-pandemic norms. Meanwhile, homebuyers nationwide are pulling back or halting their home searches due to affordability constraints.

Read More »

Single‐Family Home Sales Slip Nearly 20% YoY

With fixed-rate mortgages up nearly 195 basis points since mid-summer lows, new single-family homes tumbled in September, with more homeowners opting to remain in their current homes amid the erratic rate environment.

Read More »

Inventory Levels Creep Upwards

"After a sustained period of quick sales that kept the housing cupboard relatively bare, a supply of two months presents a lot more options for homebuyers," said Nick Bailey, RE/MAX President and CEO.

Read More »