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San Jose, Oakland homes sell faster than in any US city

San Francisco dropped to fourth place, but still hot According to the real estate site Trulia, declining home inventory is generating more demand and faster sales in major US cities compared to five years ago. Naturally, nowhere do homes sell faster or more regularly than in the Bay Area. Trulia economist Ralph McLaughlin writes in a report this week titled “Catch It If You Can”: Of the top ten fastest moving markets [.
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