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Minnesota home sales swell in October, but prices fall

It's the sixth month in a row now that statewide home sales have increased. While it's welcomed good news, the report adds home prices dipped last month -- with the average home selling for about $140,000.
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It's the sixth month in a row now that statewide home sales have increased. While it's welcomed good news, the report adds home prices dipped last month -- with the average home selling for about $140,000.

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