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Published: Oct 04, 2022 3 min read
Downward Facing Arrows With Dollar Signs Behind A Small House
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The red-hot housing market appears to officially be a thing of the past.

A new report from mortgage technology and data provider Black Knight shows that median home prices fell 1.05% in July and 0.98% in August. That’s “two straight months of significant pullbacks after more than two years of record-breaking growth,” Black Knight Data & Analytics president Ben Graboske said in a news release.