Data Round-Up: Lean Inventories Depressing Home Sales; Price Gains Stay Brisk

posted by Michael Lewis on February 21, 2018

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Existing home sales fell -3.2% to 5.38 mm units in January (seasonally-adjusted at annual rate). Single-family homes posted a larger decline, -3.8% to 4.76 mm units. The consensus had expected some rebound from the slack December pace.


FMI’s review of this morning’s January Existing Home Sales report. 

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