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With prices high and inventory tight, Americans say the process of purchasing a house is just as bad as getting fired.
The US housing market is leaving buyers in tears.
With prices high and inventory tight, 50% of homebuyers said they cried at least once during the process of purchasing a house, with the stress on par with planning a wedding or being fired, according to a survey from Zillow.