Homes are hot again, and values have been creeping back up for years. In some markets, values have even been restored to pre-recession peaks and beyond.
One challenge in the Dayton area, however, has been a relative lack of inventory of available homes, Realtors have told this media outlet for months.
That squeezed inventory tends to drive prices up, creating a seller’s market and forcing shoppers to move quickly when they find the home that’s right for them.
Compounding the problem has a slowing in the building of new homes.
Here’s what area home builders and market observers have been telling us: READ MORE.
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