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  Pending home sales down 0.04% in June

Local Housing Market Still Struggling

"From May to June, approximately $800,000 drop in sales in this area." Said Darrell Jolly, owner of Regency One Realty.The effects of a still sluggish housing market continue to plague home sellers in the Wichita Falls area. Since the end of 2007, home values have dipped drastically, leaving less pe Full story

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June new home sales jump

  CNBC's Rick Santelli reports new home sales were 497,000, up 8.3 percent in June vs. 1.3 in May. It's the highest annual rate since May 2008. Diana Olick weighs in on the "great number."

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  First-time home buyers priced out

Home buyers face competition as investors want to rent the homes out, with CNBC's Diana Olick; Mike Aubrey, HGTV host of "Power Broker"; and Jared Jones, Horizon Realty Group. "In the next year, buyers may get a baton pass from investors," says Jones.

  Home sales down

Home sales fell 1.2 percent month-to-month in June, reports CNBC's Diana Olick. Tanya Marchiol, Team Investments CEO, and Susan Wachter, The Wharton School, discuss why homes aren't selling.

  June existing home sales miss

CNBC's Diana Olick reports that June existing home sales are down 1.2 percent. They were up 3.4 percent in May. And inventories were up, as well, even though they were down year over year.

  Mortgage Applicants Seek Lower Rates

As rates rise, home buyers are hurrying to lock in the lowest possible payment, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

  Housing Recovery in Full Swing?

CNBC's Diana Olick reports new home sales in May are at the highest annual rate since July of 2008. Anika Khan, Wells Fargo Securities, and Dan Greenhaus, BTIG, discuss how much housing consumers care about global economic headwinds.

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