June El Paso Housing Market Report

Dated: July 19 2012

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Spring has brought both change and clarity to our local market. Some sellers are seeing competing bids on their properties which have lead to modest price gains. Buyers have fewer options from which to choose in many submarkets. Headlines and sound bites can often mask regional variability. With fewer distressed properties selling, prices are effectively “melting up” due to less downward pressure. May looked pretty good all around.

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