Housing prices took a major dip from August to September, causing the Zions Bank Wasatch Front Consumer Price Index (CPI) to drop 0.4 percent. While most prices rose slightly in September, prices in the housing sector fell 1.6 percent — the largest single-month drop for the sector since Zions Bank began measuring consumer prices along the Wasatch Front in 2010.

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