In terms of the low inventory we see everywhere, it's a problem nationally. Some sellers realize that this is an opportunity to take advantage of a good market and sell for a high price. Others are tentative and holding off on selling, either due to Covid-related issues or even the simple question of where will THEY go? It's not an ideal time to move across the country or down south for many.
Here's a quote from Bloomberg which is quite interesting and shows how extreme the low inventory really is nationwide.
"The combined effect has created an extreme drought of previously owned homes for sale. At the end of July, there were 1.3 million single-family existing homes for sale, the lowest count for any July in data going back to 1982, according to the National Association of Realtors. In the week ended Sept. 12, total for sale inventory was down 29.4% from a year earlier at the lowest level since at least late 2017."