Bankrate's Crissinda Ponder takes a look at how home prices, interest rates, and sales could play out during the Fall months, when the market typically slows down. 

Logan Mohtashami, senior loan officer for AMC Lending Group in Irvine, California, says mortgage rates will most likely stay the same during the autumn months, though they are trending up. The 30-year fixed rate has remained under 4% recently, but could reach 4.5% by the end of the year. 

Other trends economists expect over the next few months include a continuation of the inventory shortage, growing rental demand, a decrease in all-cash buyers, a loosening of credit standards, and an increase in home prices. 

"I hope the home price growth moderates because some of the price growth has been quite sharp -- near double-digit rates of appreciation," Yun says. He predicts annualized price growth of 3% to 5% toward the end of this year and into 2016.
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