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Home Inventory Soars at Record Rate With US Buyers Pulling Back

The slowdown in demand means more properties are being left on the market. That should give buyers some negotiating power, Realtor.com economist says.

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US Housing Market Cools Off

The supply of homes for sale across the US grew at a record rate last month, another sign that higher mortgage costs are cooling down the housing market.

The number of active listings nationwide jumped 31% from a year earlier, a record-high increase for a third straight month, according to a report Tuesday by Realtor.com.