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Monthly Supply of Houses in the United States (MSACSRNSA)

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Units:  Levels | Chg. | Chg. from Yr. Ago | % Chg. | % Chg. from Yr. Ago | Comp. Annual Rate of Chg. | Cont. Comp. Rate of Chg. | Cont. Comp. Annual Rate of Chg.
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Monthly Supply of Houses in the United States 2011-05-24 Current
 
Source    

US. Bureau of the Census 2011-05-24 Current
 
Release    

New Residential Sales 2011-05-24 Current
 
Units    

Months' Supply 2011-05-24 Current
 
Frequency    

Monthly 2011-05-24 Current
 
Seasonal Adjustment    

Not Seasonally Adjusted 2011-05-24 Current
 
Notes    

The months' supply is the ratio of houses for sale to houses sold. This statistic provides an indication of the size of the for sale inventory in relation to the number of houses currently being sold. The months' supply indicates how long the current for sale inventory would last given the current sales rate if no additional new houses were built.

2011-05-24 Current
 

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Production & Business Activity > Housing > New Residential Sales


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