The Massachusetts housing market posted strong sales gains in June while prices remained largely unchanged from a year ago, according to two new reports on Tuesday.
Sales of single-family homes in Massachusetts climbed to a nearly two-year high last month while prices continued to moderate, according to a new report released Tuesday.
Two reports Tuesday indicate April single-family sales were up as much as 22% compared to the same month a year ago.
Sales of single-family homes in Massachusetts jumped nearly 20 percent last month when compared to March 2011, the ninth consecutive month of year-over-year increases.
The state’s housing market continued to show signs of recovery in March, as buyers chased discounted prices and posted the eighth consecutive month of single-family home sale increases.
The latest housing report from RE/MAX of New England has some good news for the region.
The pace of house and condominium sales is picking up in Massachusetts, but prices remain below year-ago levels.
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