This year has already brought incredible changes in real estate for the Greater Boston area, including prices going through the roof.So as the market enters the slower fall and winter seasons, one expert says things are cooling down — but don’t expect that to translate into lower prices. When we first spoke with Denise Garzone in April, the housing market had reached a fever pitch with lines of buyers, dozens of offers on homes for prices well over asking prices and buyers waiving inspections. Now, she says things have changed again.”I think the frenzy of the spring, early summer market has tempered for sure,” Garzone said. “Buyers were fatigued, just completely fatigued and frustrated, and they chose to step out of the market.”Make no mistake, it’s still a seller’s market and prices are still up substantially.The most recent numbers from The Warren Group, a Boston area real estate and financial data firm, show Massachusetts…

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