Selling Real Estate

Vacant Inventory is EXPLODING (2022 Housing Crash Getting Bad)

Vacant Housing Inventory is SURGING on the US Housing Market in 2022. Another sign that the 2022 Housing Crash is getting worse. Particularly in Phoenix, Raleigh, Austin, and Las Vegas, where there’s been a huge surge in Homes For Sale.

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The US Housing Crash is getting even worse as Inventory Continues to pileup on the Housing Market. Worse – much of this inventory is sitting “Vacant” as Home Builders have difficulty selling newly built homes while Investors are exiting the Market.

The States with the biggest Real Estate Inventory Surge to date are Idaho, Arizona, Nevada, and Utah. Metros like Boise, Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Salt Lake City are getting slammed especially hard. But what’s exciting for new Homebuyers and Real Estate investors is that the Housing Crash is now spreading.

Especially to the Southeast. Where states such as Florida sellers are having difficulty selling their homes. Metros such as Lakeland, Tampa, and North Port/Sarasota are seeing the biggest increase in inventory. Again – these are markets with a big share of investors and home builders, which creates a big stock of vacant homes for sale.


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