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January housing inventory in Clark County lowest on record

Report finds county’s market tight, with no relief in sight

By , Columbian staff writer
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A sign outside a new home at Kennedy Farm lets homebuyers know the property's status in Ridgefield.
A sign outside a new home at Kennedy Farm lets homebuyers know the property's status in Ridgefield. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian files) Photo Gallery

Things may not be looking up for homebuyers this year, with the months of inventory and total inventory of homes on the market in Southwest Washington at the lowest it’s ever been in a January.

An increase from December to January is normal, but not usually an increase of just a tenth of a month, said Terry Wollam, a broker at Wollam and Associates.

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