WRA board chair calls new sales record ‘remarkable’ given tight inventories

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The chair of the Wisconsin Realtors Association Board says the state setting a new record for home sales last year is “remarkable” given tight inventories. 

“That we have been able to do this even as inventories tightened throughout 2021 is a true testament to the persistence of buyers and the hard work of [Realtors] to find buying opportunities, even in a strong seller’s market,” Board Chair Brad Lois said in a statement. 

A total of 89,936 homes were sold in the state through Dec. 21, 2021, which is 0.7 percent higher than the previous record of 89,328 sold by Dec. 20 of the p...

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