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Warren said he expects single-family home and condo sale prices will fall by a few percentage points in the third and fourth quarters, and then level off in 2007.
The increased revenue isn't necessarily something the city can count on year to year - real estate spikes tend to level off, and property owners can have their parcels re-assessed to reflect the declining values.
That's a healthy sign for property markets," he added, noting that investors traditionally have continued to throw money into development projects and commercial property acquisitions despite signs that property values were beginning to level off.
It's a freaky thing about ankle injuries,'' Bryant said, ``that you can have drastic improvements, then they tend to level off a little bit.