If you’re one of the many homebuyers having trouble finding a house these days — at least one in your price range — there just may be a light at the end of the tunnel.
According to a new survey of over 100 economists, there should be a boost in housing supply not too far down the road.
When exactly? The majority of those surveyed said inventory growth should return to normal by the second half of this year. Another quarter said early next year.
Either way, it should be a boon to buyers, offering a break from the countless bidding wars and ever-rising prices seen in the last few months. In fact, according to the survey, most economists think home price growth will slow to just 4.5% this year. (Prices are currently up more than 10%…