According to recent data, inventory levels of unsold homes in the market have been increasing on a weekly basis for the past several months, signifying a notable shift compared to the previous year. Although there was a slight decline in inventory levels this week, it is still considerably higher compared to the same time last year. The current week witnessed a 0.5% decrease in inventory, whereas during the corresponding week in the previous year, inventory experienced a more significant decrease of 3%.
– Inventory levels of unsold homes have been consistently expanding on a weekly basis for the past few months.
– Despite a minimal decrease in inventory this week, the levels remain higher compared to the same period last year.
– This week, inventory fell by 0.5%, indicating a relatively positive trend.
– In contrast, during the corresponding week last year, inventory witnessed a more significant decrease of 3%.
This data suggests that the real estate market is experiencing a shift, with a surplus of unsold homes compared to the previous year. Further analysis and monitoring of these inventory trends can provide valuable insights into the current state of the mortgage industry and its future outlook.
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