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Low housing inventory is a boon for homebuilders, a strain for would-be buyers
Many home owners with low interest rates are reluctant to move. That's pushing more buyers into new houses.
More homes are sitting in Cleveland's real estate market, this broker says
"The average days on market has gone from less than a week up to about 89 days," says broker Amanda Pohlman of Keller Williams Living.
Why are there still so few houses for sale?
Sellers who don't want to become buyers and the refinancing craze play roles in the lack of supply.
Closing costs: Is there a solution to the shortage of homes?
The rapid rise in home prices has provided a windfall for homeowners, but rising interest rates make home-buying increasingly out of reach for renters.
Searching for a rental as prices rise ... and rise
In Spokane, Washington’s hot rental market, finding an affordable home is “like a full time job” said Spokane Valley resident Kali Capps.