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Home sales are up in the Twin Cities, but prices? Not so much

The median price from a year ago has slipped 11 percent to just $156,000. But, on the bright side, sales are up 40 percent over the same period.
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The median price from a year ago has slipped 11 percent to just $156,000. But, on the bright side, sales are up 40 percent over the same period.

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The latest report shows the median price for a home in the metro area down about 7 percent, to $155,000. Still, closed sales are up about 26 percent from a year ago.

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September was another good month for home sellers in the 13-county Minneapolis-St. Paul metro. The Business Journal says pending sales grew 11 percent last month, compared to the same month a year ago, according to the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors. The median home sales price also increased 12.3 percent to $174,000 in the Twin Cities area, Finance & Commerce reports. However, the number of homes for sale dropped 29.4 percent -- the lowest level in nearly a decade.

Twin Cities home prices, sales up in June

A new report from the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors show median sales price rose 10.7 percent to $179,500 in the 13-county Twin Cities metro. Closed sales also grew 13.8 percent last month.

Twin Cities metro area home sales and prices up in April

The number of closed sales last month rose 7.1 percent compared with last year, while the median price of those deals jumped 12.4 percent to $163,000.

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The Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors says despite another increase in sales, the median home price in the Twin Cities dropped 9 percent to $155,000.

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Figures from the Minneapolis Area Association of Realtors show the median home price in the 13-county metro climbed to $175,000 in October -- up nearly 15 percent compared with the same period a year ago. MPR reports October was the eighth straight month of price gains. Pending and completed sales were also up last month.

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Finance & Commerce reports the median sales price in the 13-county metro area hit $149,000 in March. The 6.4 percent increase is the largest year-over-year gain since April 2010, but the current median price is still nearly 35 percent lower than the peak in March 2006.

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The average home in the metro area is now going for around $149,000. That's about 10 percent lower than a year ago. Foreclosures and short sales, economic fears and budget-minded buyers are keeping prices down despite stronger sales.