Lack Of Inventory Continues To Challenge Buyers

Dated: April 2 2014

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The Northern California East Bay market continues to face the challenges of low inventory. Many homeowners are in the "wait it out one more year" mode as they are just breaching their underwater mark and many are looking to build extra equity before making their move up to another property. As of this morning, there are 2719 active listings throughout the east bay market which includes Alameda & Contra Costa County. The pending stats show how strong the buyer interest is with 3651 pending properties in the same area. Those figures indicate there is less than one month of inventory on the market. Spring is in swing with many new listings but buyers will need to react fast to new listings as days on market are often 10 days or less. 

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