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houseonmoney__voronin76_45010news.com - The double-digit appreciation may be gone, but realtors say a healthier economy should mean brighter days ahead for the housing market.

Chris Anderson, the 2015 president of the San Diego Association of Realtors, says the real estate market has stabilized.

Single-family home values went up nearly 5 percent in 2014, while the number of homes sold in the county went down.

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home_oleksandrmarynchenko_450cnbc.com - Next year is going to be a great one for real estate, two pros in the sector told CNBC on Monday. 

For broker Fred Glick, it's all about jobs, oil prices and interest rates, which translate into more money in consumers' pockets and more confidence.

"This is all going to turn around to a happiness. I call it the axis of housing happiness in that you have jobs, you have low oil prices and you have low interest rates."

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housekeys_voronin_450bloomberg.com - Americans snapped up previously owned homes in May in the biggest monthly sales gain in almost three years, a sign the residential real estate market is regaining its footing after a stumble early in the year.

Purchases climbed 4.9 percent, the biggest increase since August 2011, to a 4.89 million annualized rate, figures from the National Association of Realtors showed today in Washington. The level was the strongest since October. The report also showed price appreciation is slowing as more homes become available.

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interest__max5128_450realtor.com - Mortgage rates for most U.S. home loans remained largely unchanged this week following news of rising unemployment claims.

The average for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rose to 4.28 percent, up slightly from 4.23 percent last week, according to the latest survey from mortgage buyer Freddie Mac. Although the increase was small, it marked the first time the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage has risen in 2014. The popular loan averaged 4.53 percent at the start of 2014 and was at 3.53 percent a year ago.

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