It’s still a sellers’ market, but things are starting to look up for desperate buyers as the housing market normalizes. (iStock)

Buyers shouldn’t break out the bubbly just yet, but things are starting to look up for them in the frothy housing market.

Sellers have had a major advantage over the past few months as prices soared and inventory dwindled. Those trends are beginning to see slight reversals, however, according to Mansion Global.

Housing inventory was still down 25.8 percent in August from a year ago, according to a report. But that’s better than in July, when it was down 33.5 percent.

The median listing price also dropped to $380,000 from July’s record-high $385,000. The August number is up 8.6 percent year-over-year and 20 percent from 2019, less than the corresponding July figures.

Sellers appear to be more inclined to reduce prices than they had been as bidding wars cool down across the…

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