COVID-19 and seasonal conditions may have put the freeze on Northern Nevada’s housing inventory, but warmer temps, vaccinations, and new construction could bring more homes on the market this spring.
The housing inventory in Reno and Sparks experienced a slight increase in February, and we may continue to see more homes come on the market as the temperatures get warmer. Overall, February was better than January, but we still have a long way to go. Here’s what you need to know.
Northern Nevada’s Housing Inventory: Where Are All Houses?
Our housing market’s current state is due to a few factors, including high demand and low inventory. Like many other parts of the country, homeowners in Reno and Sparks are hesitant to list their homes due to…
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