Future home sellers, who sat tight due to unprecedentedly high US prices and a rapid rise during the pandemic, are finally cashing as a step towards alleviating a serious shortage in the enthusiastic housing market It came to become.
According to House, an investment platform for homebuyers, the number of homes for sale in the United States increased by 6.7% from the same week in May to early June. This was the largest increase since the Covid-19 blockade took place last year. The list grew in 54 of the 100 measured metropolitan areas, including the areas around Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Detroit, Denver, and Seattle.
“Sellers say’make money now’,” said Julie Welter, an agent at EXP Realty in Pittsburgh, who showed the largest increase in supply in house data. “The reopening of the world and the vaccination of the majority of people has brought new levels of comfort to people.”
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