How 2020 broke the housing market: So many homes are selling that we could run out of new houses in months

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Nov 26, 2020 · 5 min read

Home prices are skyrocketing, inventory is tightening, and at this rate homes could run out in just 2.5 months (down from 3 months in September).

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A house is the most desirable get amid the coronavirus pandemic, but the US is barreling toward an inventory shortage and affordability crisis that’ll make homeownership unattainable. Photo: John M Lund/Getty Images

By Taylor Borden

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