WASHINGTON -- Weakening housing markets over the past three months contributed to an overall slowdown in the real estate market's comeback, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. said Tuesday.

The FDIC's latest survey of examiners and liquidators found that the proportion of respondents who reported improving conditions in local housing markets was the lowest in two years. However, the glut of commercial real estate property on the market continued to shrink.

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