Real estate agents Rosa Arrigo, center, and Elisa Rosen, right, work an open house in West Hempstead, New York on April 18, 2021.
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In this red-hot real estate market, it’s tough for buyers to land a deal.
Supply is low, which is pushing prices higher. The median price of an existing home sold in March was $329,100. That’s a 17.2% increase from March 2020.
Yet there is some good news. New listings were up for the second week in a row, increasing 40% over last year, which is right when the pandemic hit, according to Realtor.com.
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“Buyers who are currently struggling to find a home are likely to see improvement in the number of choices available to them as more sellers list for the spring…