Thursday, February 09, 2006

Interesting Graph on Curbed


"In prior decades, listing inventory was generally predictable and consistent. Known as a two-hump camel, listing inventory tended to rise in the spring as sellers wanted to catch the most active market of the year, fell in the summer and then rose again in the fall for the second most active purchase season, falling again in the winter."

The graph is here.


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