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Previously Owned U.S. Homes Are Now More Expensive Than New Ones

  • Gap in prices of existing, new homes narrowed during pandemic
  • Low supply is erasing typical discount of older homes
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For the first time in more than 15 years, it’s cheaper to buy a new house than a previously owned dwelling.