"Sellers are saying, 'it's time, let's make the money,'" said Julie Welter, an agent with EXP Realty in Pittsburgh, which had the biggest supply increase in Haus's data. (Bloomberg) -- Prospective home sellers who sat tight as U.S. prices climbed higher and faster than ever during the pandemic are finally emerging to cash out, a step toward easing a dire shortage in the frenzied housing market. [Extracted from the article]
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