West Coast Cities Have Lowest For-Sale Housing Inventory In The U.S.

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Half of the top 10 cities with low inventory, including Seattle and Eugene, Ore., are located in that region

February 03, 2017

Eugene, Ore. Photo: Don Hankins/Creative Commons

A housing inventory shortage affecting areas in many regions of the country continues to be most severe on the West Coast. Half of the top 10 cities with low inventory are located in that region. Seattle and Eugene, Oregon are the top two cities on the list of communities with the tightest housing markets, according to a Realtor.com survey.

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