Homes at Lake Tahoe are becoming more affordable for the first-time home buyer for the first time since 2001, but it’s unlikely to last long.
Homes in the lower-priced segment of the Tahoe market are in demand, a first-quarter existing homes sales report by Chase International shows.
“Lakewide, the units in single-family homes are up by 15 percent from the same time last year,” said Sue Lowe, senior vice president and corporate broker for Chase International. “We are just seeing little to no inventory in homes under $500,000 around most of the lake.”
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