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Report: Annual Rate of Home Sales Falling

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The nationwide annual rate of the sale of residential properties, which include single family homes, condominiums, and town homes, declined by 3 percent month-over-month and 12 percent year-over-year in July, according to RealtyTrac's July 2014 U.S Residential & Foreclosure Sales Report released on August 29

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Housing Market Slow But On Its Way to Recovery in Colorado

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Though the economy in Colorado is among the best of any state in the country, the housing market recovery in the state has been slow, according to a special commentary released by Wells Fargo Economics Group. The commentary indicates that there is cause to believe the outlook for the housing market in Colorado is bright, however.

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Survey Shows QM Rule’s Impact on Lending to be Minimal

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The Federal Reserve's recent Senior Loan Officer Survey, which explored the topic of lending in the post-QM/ability-to-repay environment, led to various interpretations of the rules' ultimate impact on mortgage lending so far. The survey found lending for prime residential mortgages at large banks has not changed much since the new rules went into effect.

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Prices Continue to Climb with June Increase

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On a monthly basis, the Home Price Index edged up 0.8 percent, slowing down from increases of 0.9 percent in both April and May. As of the latest index, prices remain 10.4 percent off their national peak of $268,000 in June 2006. Out of the 20 largest states, all posted month-over-month increases, with Florida leading at 1.2 percent. New Jersey and Texas followed at 1.1 percent each, with New York (0.9 percent) and California (0.5 percent) rounding out the top five.

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