Existing home sales data for February all points to Chicago as a seller’s market. During the month, homes sold faster and in a larger quantity than during the same period last year. At the same time, sales prices rose by double digits and total inventory dipped by nearly 16 percent.
- Single-family sales prices are up year-over-year by 16.4 percent
- Chicago's existing home inventory is down by nearly 16 percent.
- The average Chicago home is on the market for two months.
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