The Massachusetts Realtors Association reported:

Inventory and Days on the Market:
The inventory of single-family homes as of September 30, 2010, increased 13.0 percent from September 2009 (28,676 listings in 2009 to 32,475 listings in 2010) which translates into 9.9 months of supply in September 2010.  This is up from 8.4 months of supply last year and up from 9.5 months in August 2010.  This was the seventh straight month of inventory gains.
The inventory of condominiums on the market in September was up 4.0 percent compared to the year before (11,637 listings in 2009 to 12,057 listings in 2010), which translates into 8.7 months of supply, which is up from 8.0 months in September 2009 and up from 8.5 months this past May. 
Detached single-family homes stayed on the market an average of 126 days in September 2010 compared to an average of 124 days in September 2009.  Condos stayed on the market an average of 130 days, down from an average of 136 days in September 2009.  On a month-to-month basis, days on market for single-family homes were up from 113 days and condos were up from 118 days in August.
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