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Metro builders lament lack of supply amid dramatic increase in demand for housing.
Zillow, other iBuyers say their approach makes selling a house easier; others are not so sure.
The market appears to be giving renters more clout, aligning supply, demand.
Upper-bracket home sales are being fueled by record low mortgage rates, rising home equity and a hot stock market that's enabling wealthy homeowners to trade up to even more expensive homes.
Last month ended with 43% fewer homes on the market than a year ago, suggesting a challenging 2021 for buyers.
Home sales were up sharply across the state last month, with northern regions posting the largest gains.
Purifying systems and other features are being built to ease concerns during pandemic.
With few homes on the market, a trade group says surging demand has 'the market moving at an incredible pace.'
Pandemic is turning Twin Cities housing market inside out, with remote work lessening downtown's appeal.
With mortgage rates falling to record lows and a pandemic upending how and where people want to live, sales exceeded new listings throughout much of the metro. Find out how your community fared in our searchable Hot Housing Index for 2020.