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Housing Inventory Hit Historic Lows At End Of 2017 So If Youre Thinking About Selling Nows The Time
If you're thinking about selling your home, the time to make the move is NOW. According to Realtor.com's recent Housing Shortage Report, the US is experiencing its most severe inventory shortage in twenty years. And a recent Trulia report found that home inventory dropped a whopping 10.5% in Q4 of 2017—the biggest drop the market has experienced since mid-2013.In addition, the Trulia report found that homes across all categories—starters, trade-ups, and premium—are the most unaffordable they've been since Trulia started tracking the data. And while this is bad news for people looking to buy a home, it's great news if you're looking to sell.Low inventory is creating competition for homes across the nation, and that competition is driving up prices, making it an ideal climate for sellers.
This competition and low inventory isn't going to last forever; in a recent article, economics experts from Realtor.com predict house inventory to start increasing towards the second half of 2018 (largely due to new construction). If you're thinking about selling, now is the time to act.
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