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June aNormala Home Prices Only 1.1 Percent Below 2010

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Home-Price Index Sees Small Bump in May

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June Existing-Home Sales Slip on Contract Cancellations, but Prices Stabilize

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Public Misled by National Real Estate Indexes, William Raveisa Data Paints Clearer Picture of Key Housing Trends

RISMEDIA, July 22, 2011aHome values have fallen dramatically since 2006. The New York Times recently referred to Case-Shilleras national index, stating 20 large cities slumped for the 7th month in a row in February. The Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard Review dwelled on the excess inventory on the market. Any of this sound familiar? It should.

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A Closer Look at Home Pricing Forecasts, Local Markets Vary Widely

RISMEDIA, July 14, 2011a  By Steve Cook  -  Economic consulting firm Clear Capital reported prices nationally have decreased by 3.2 percent in the first six months of 2011 and are forecast to drop another 2.4 percent in the second half of 2011.

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Forecast: 15 top-performing real estate markets for remainder of 2011

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Inman NewsacDespite Q2 uptick, overall home prices expected to dip further by year's end

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Case-Shiller: Slight Increase in April

RISMEDIA, June 30, 2011a By Steve Cook  -  S&P/Case-Shilleras 10- and 20-city composites rose less than one percent in April over March, the first price increase the indices have measured in eight months.

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FHFA House Price Index Rises 0.8 Percent in April; First Monthly Increase Since May 2010

RISMEDIA, June 27, 2011aU.S. house prices rose 0.8 percent on a seasonally adjusted basis from March to April, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agencyas monthly House Price Index. The previously reported 0.3 percent decrease in March was revised to a 0.4 percent decrease.

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New home sales fell in May, median price rose

WASHINGTON (AP) a Fewer Americans bought new homes last month, the latest sign that the struggling housing market wonat rebound this year.

The Commerce Department says new-home sales fell 2.1 percent in May to a seas