While housing inventory in the Omaha area has not reached the same marks as Q2 of 2018, there were positive increases since Q1 of 2019. Inventory increased by 10% from last quarter but still declined by 4% compared to Q2 of 2018. Similarly, more than 2,100 home sales closed — a 58% increase from the previous quarter. Following inventory trends, homes are selling nearly 6 days faster than in the first quarter, with an average of 27 days on the market. The average sales price of homes increased by approximately $10,000 from Q1 of 2019. Sale prices for 2, 3, and 4+ bedrooms experienced a quarterly increase of 4%, 11%, and 7%.