A slight increase in median list prices and listing inventories along with a drop in the median age of that housing inventory signals that U.S. homebuyers are getting an early start to the spring selling season, according to Realtor.com.

In a blog post, Realtor.com points to its February housing data which shows that national “listing inventories increased 1.15 percent month-over-month; median age of inventory was at 98 days, a 9.26 percent decrease month-over-month; and median list prices were slightly higher month-over-month at $189,900.”  Read the full post for more details.

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