Catch it if you can — Phoenix homes inventory tightens

By Sue Weaver | The Arizona Report

Homebuyers across the nation feel as though they are trying to jump into a speeding car moving 60 mph down the highway. Nationally, the inventory of homes is falling, dropping 8.9 % in the second quarter of 2017 thereby racking up a nine-quarter trend. In fact, the national inventory of homes is down 20 percent since 2012 resulting in extremely competitive markets in many metros. The Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale metro is a prime example of how low inventories are placing upward pressure on prices.

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