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Connecticut Housing Activity Slow, But Still Creeping Upward


A slight increase in single-family home sales in Connecticut for the month of July marked the fifth time in 2014 that single-family home sales increased year-over-year, according to a report released on Wednesday by the Warren Group, publisher of the Commercial Record. The 3,152 homes sold in Connecticut in July represented the highest total for any month since June 2010, when 3,400 homes were sold in the state, according to the Warren Group. July's total of 3,152 was an increase of less than 1 percent from June's home sales of 3,129 in Connecticut. Year-to-date, through the end of July, home sales in the state have fallen by 1.2 percent (from 14,230 down to 14,059).

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Home Sales Decline for First Time in Five Months


Home sales for July decreased slightly from the previous month after increasing for four months in a row, according to the July 2014 RE/MAX National Housing Report released on August 14. Meanwhile, home prices fell marginally month-over-month but increased year-over-year.

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Home Prices Rise but Show Signs of Slowing


According to the latest Residential Price Index report from FNC, home prices are still on the way up, just not at the pace they used to be. FNC found that despite continued signs of leveling off in home price appreciation, U.S. home prices were up another 0.8 percent from May to June and 2.3 percent throughout the second quarter.

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