After significant gains early in the year, the pace of improvement in the national real estate market slowed this summer, according to a survey of 316 examiners and liquidators at the four banking and thrift agencies.

The quarterly survey, conducted by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., revealed a major rebound in both the West and Northeast. In previous quarters, overall results had consistently been buoyed by conditions in the South and Midwest.

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