The US housing supply appears ready to rebound, according to new data released this week by, though some suggest it'll take a slow while. 

An increase in the number of mid-sized homes, according to the report, could mean more listings are available for families wanting to upgrade from their starter homeswhich could, in turn, potentially result in an uptick in first-time buying options.

Additionally, active listings overall posted the smallest year-over-year decline (-12.2%) since December 2019, according to its Monthly Housing Trends Report.

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