Housing market may be thawing as rates dip and listings inch higher

The housing market appears to be thawing as mortgage rates have fallen to historic lows and available listings are beginning to inch higher around the United States. More people are able to explore their options and find affordable housing, as lenders are becoming increasingly willing to lend to buyers. This is encouraging more potential buyers to enter the market, helping to boost sales. In addition, home values have been on the rise across much of the country, suggesting that the market is beginning to recover. Moving forward, continued low interest rates and an expansion of affordable listings could help to further stabilize the market.