The existing supply of houses for sale in Fresno County is inching up and close to normal.
In November, there was 5.7 months of inventory available based on the current pace of home sales compared to 4.9 months in October, according to the California Association of Realtors.
A year ago at the same time, there was 5.1 months of inventory in Fresno.
Six to seven months of inventory is considered normal and healthy, local real estate experts have said.
The rest of the central San Joaquin Valley is seeing an uptick too. The supply of homes for sale in Kings County increased to 4.4 last month from 3.6 in October. Madera County inventory grew slightly to 5.1 from 4.9. And in Tulare County there was 5.5 months of supply, up from 4.4 a month before.