Metros with the most housing inventory

Stacker compiled a list of the U.S. metro areas with the greatest inventory of active listings, using Redfin data and months of supply metric. Only metro areas where at least 300 homes sold in October 2022 were included. Metros include suburbs and other municipalities in the area.

Posted 12/7/22

Stacker compiled a list of the U.S. metro areas with the greatest inventory of active listings, using Redfin data and months of supply metric. Only metro areas where at least 300 homes sold in October 2022 were included. Metros include suburbs and other municipalities in the area.

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Metros with the most housing inventory

Stacker compiled a list of the U.S. metro areas with the greatest inventory of active listings, using Redfin data and months of supply metric. Only metro areas where at least 300 homes sold in October 2022 were included. Metros include suburbs and other municipalities in the area.

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Housing has been in short supply for much of the last decade in the U.S. — though with interest rates rising and demand from buyers cooling quickly, that could change.

Stacker compiled a list of the U.S. metro areas with the greatest inventory of active listings, using Redfin's data and months of supply metric. Only metro areas where at least 300 homes sold in October 2022 were included. Metros include suburbs and other municipalities in the area.

Months of supply is total inventory divided by home sales in October 2022. All data is for October 2022. Months of supply was used rather than total inventory because it adjusts for population. The cities with the most total inventory are often the biggest cities, so it's necessary to compare that number to total sales to get a sense of how many houses are available.

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#25. Chicago

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- Months of supply: 3.5
- Homes sold: 6,524
- Median sale price: $300,000

#24. Houston

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- Months of supply: 3.5
- Homes sold: 6,710
- Median sale price: $330,000

#23. Tucson, Arizona

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- Months of supply: 3.6
- Homes sold: 1,005
- Median sale price: $346,000

#22. Riverside, California

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- Months of supply: 3.6
- Homes sold: 3,495
- Median sale price: $535,000

#21. Ogden, Utah

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- Months of supply: 3.7
- Homes sold: 568
- Median sale price: $450,000

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#20. Crestview, Florida

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- Months of supply: 3.7
- Homes sold: 732
- Median sale price: $437,000

#19. Cape Coral, Florida

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- Months of supply: 3.7
- Homes sold: 1,100
- Median sale price: $390,000

#18. Pittsburgh

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- Months of supply: 3.7
- Homes sold: 1,997
- Median sale price: $215,000

#17. Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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- Months of supply: 3.8
- Homes sold: 2,351
- Median sale price: $390,000

#16. New Orleans, Louisiana

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- Months of supply: 3.9
- Homes sold: 1,021
- Median sale price: $277,683

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#15. Philadelphia

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- Months of supply: 3.9
- Homes sold: 1,700
- Median sale price: $260,000

#14. Reno, Nevada

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- Months of supply: 4
- Homes sold: 453
- Median sale price: $525,000

#13. San Antonio, Texas

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- Months of supply: 4
- Homes sold: 2,242
- Median sale price: $325,000

#12. Atlantic City, New Jersey

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- Months of supply: 4.1
- Homes sold: 348
- Median sale price: $275,000

#11. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

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- Months of supply: 4.1
- Homes sold: 1,593
- Median sale price: $340,790

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#10. Provo, Utah

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- Months of supply: 4.2
- Homes sold: 486
- Median sale price: $506,714

#9. Port St. Lucie, Florida

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- Months of supply: 4.2
- Homes sold: 758
- Median sale price: $380,000

#8. West Palm Beach, Florida

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- Months of supply: 4.3
- Homes sold: 2,035
- Median sale price: $428,000

#7. Phoenix

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- Months of supply: 4.3
- Homes sold: 4,921
- Median sale price: $450,000

#6. Panama City, Florida

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- Months of supply: 4.5
- Homes sold: 442
- Median sale price: $365,000

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#5. Austin, Texas

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- Months of supply: 4.8
- Homes sold: 2,195
- Median sale price: $475,000

#4. Las Vegas

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- Months of supply: 4.9
- Homes sold: 2,271
- Median sale price: $410,000

#3. McAllen, Texas

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- Months of supply: 5.1
- Homes sold: 311
- Median sale price: $225,000

#2. Miami

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- Months of supply: 5.1
- Homes sold: 2,204
- Median sale price: $475,500

#1. New York, New York

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- Months of supply: 5.1
- Homes sold: 5,253
- Median sale price: $661,000

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