Albuquerque Housing Inventory Trends

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Belen 87002 Housing Inventory

  • 1.9,2.32,2.46,2.62,2.94,2.92,2.98,3.22,2.83,2.28,1.63,1.57

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Bernalillo 87004 Housing Inventory

  • 1.39,1.06,0.95,0.73,0.85,0.71,1.33,1.18,0.88,0.63,0.43,0.82

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Cedar Crest 87008 Housing Inventory

  • 2.35,2.35,2.45,2.4,3,2.59,2.16,1.41,1.26,0.86,0.64,1.26

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Edgewood 87015 Housing Inventory

  • 1,1.62,2.02,1.99,2.15,2.07,1.29,0.99,0.94,0.81,0.76,0.91

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