April home sales data show that about 40 percent of all existing homes in the US are sold in the South. At the current seasonally adjusted sales rate, that's more than 2 million a year.
With the current low inventory of homes for sale, owners who have been renting their properties have an attractive opportunity to sell, releasing much needed inventory to the market.
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