finds that most markets have fewer homes for sale

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October 21, 2014

According to Inman News, the number of homes listed for sale on was down 2.7 percent from a year ago in September.
Inventories fell in 60 percent of 144 markets tracked. Seasonal factors contributed to a 7.9 percent decline in national inventory from August to September. The median list price was up 7.7 percent at $214,900 from a year ago, but unchanged from August. The market with the greatest annual decrease in inventory is Las Vegas, while the market with the biggest increase is Honolulu.
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