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July 15, 2022
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Great News About Housing Inventory [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Great News About Housing Inventory [INFOGRAPHIC]
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  • Experts say the number of homes for sale is growing this year, and that can have a big impact on your move.
  • If you’re planning to buy, additional options in today’s market may be just what you’ve been waiting for. More inventory means added opportunities to find the home of your dreams.
  • Connect with a local real estate advisor so you have the latest information on available homes in your area.
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