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Tight supply is limiting home sales at start of spring

A new apartment building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2021. New and existing home sales in 2020 increased over the previous year, despite the pandemic's economic impact. Housing starts are set to increase by a further 3% year-on-year and house prices are expected to climb a further 2.5% nationwide in 2021, building on the strength of the second half of 2020, according to J.P. Morgan Research forecasts. Photographer: Caroline Guttman/Bloomberg (Bloomberg)Premium
A new apartment building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, Jan. 30, 2021. New and existing home sales in 2020 increased over the previous year, despite the pandemic's economic impact. Housing starts are set to increase by a further 3% year-on-year and house prices are expected to climb a further 2.5% nationwide in 2021, building on the strength of the second half of 2020, according to J.P. Morgan Research forecasts. Photographer: Caroline Guttman/Bloomberg (Bloomberg)
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The record-low number of homes on the market is limiting purchases heading into the spring selling season.

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