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Tight supply supporting house prices

While home sales have plummeted, house prices have fallen just 3% so far and eked out a small gain in February. We think this reflects the role that tight supply is playing in this downturn, with the number of homes for sale at record lows. Given supply is likely to stay tight, there is a risk house prices may not fall as much as we previously expected.

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