The numbers suggest that the reopening of major parts of the country gave a boost to the housing market.
Analysts say last month's slowdown is just the beginning.
More realtors are taking up drone photography and virtual tours.
Analysts are predicting a lift in July numbers after June's small decline.
Some would rather sell for less than go through the hassle and expense of selling a house the traditional way.
New data shows price growth has been slowing for nearly in a year in some markets.
Our housing reporter revisits her childhood home 30 years later and discovers just how much homeownership has changed — and stayed the same.
Prices are still going up, but slower than they have in almost two years, leaving realtors managing seller expectations.
There’s a shortage of existing homes for sale in some parts of the country and prices are going up steadily. Part of the problem is that people aren’t moving and there aren’t enough new homes being built. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
The market is good if you're selling, but challenging if you want to buy.