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WSJ: Housing Inventory Rises for Ninth Straight Month
Real estate brokerage firm ZipRealty reports a 0.6 percent increase in September homes for sale
Homes for sale in 26 major metro markets were up in September as more foreclosed homes and the hangover from the tax credit continue to haunt the market, the Wall Street Journal Developments blog and ZipRealty reported today.
The biggest inventory gains were in California, with the San Diego, San Francisco and Los Angeles markets surging; Las Vegas; and Phoenix.
Read more at the WSJ Developments blog.
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