Tight Market Governs Housing Recovery, Analysts Say

The US housing market, a key economic driver, is exceedingly tight, with supply struggling to meet demand as the sector recovers a decade after the housing crisis, analysts say. But persistent and pent-up demand among would-be homeowners could spur builders to boost construction, helping to ease pressure on the market for new homes. Inventory of homes for sale has remained stagnant even while the pace of sales returns to pre-crisis levels.



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