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Twin Cities median home prices falling

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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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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