Surprise! US Existing Home Sales RISE 6.7% In January As Inventory Available Shrinks To Lowest Level Since 1981 (Panic Over Fed Rate Increases??)

Surprise! US existing home sales in January rose to 6.50 million units SAAR versus the expected 6.10 million units. That is a 6.7% increase over December.

The disturbing news is the continued lack of available inventory that peaked in Q4 2007 and has continued its decline to today … the lowest level of available inventory since 1981. Despite the Fed’s massive stimulus that they allegedly will take away. Median price of existing home sales rose to 15.4% YoY. Making homes affordable should NOT be a slogan for The Federal Reserve, the Biden Administration or Congress.

The massive Federal stimulypto (fiscal and monetary) has helped push existing home sales to 6.50 million units SAAR in January. What will happen after The Fed withdraws it stimulus??

What is surprising is that with declining REAL wage growth, we saw a surge in home buying in January.

Remain calm, all is well!

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