Housing shortage starts easing as listings surge in June

Econ & Housing

A “For Sale” sign is seen outside a home in New York.Shannon Stapleton | ReutersA historic housing shortage – brought on by the one-two punch of slow construction and strong pandemic-induced demand – is finally starting to ease.Active listings for homes jumped 19% in June, the fastest annual pace since Realtor.com began tracking the metric…

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