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Housing inventory expands as market shifts

Sellers test the waters again

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According to The Wall Street Journal, sellers are slowly testing the waters again, with the nation's housing inventory growing again in August.

The WSJ has more:

Nationally, there were 1.98 million homes listed for sale in August, according to a report released Thursday by Realtor.com. That was up by more than 24% from the low point in February and up 1% from July. Inventories have increased for six straight months.

Source: WSJ
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