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Home sales fall, but median price rises

In November, existing home sales in the Rochester region fell 5.6 percent to 1,047 from 1,109 a year ago, the information subsidiary of the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors Inc. reported today.
From October, sales were down 5.2 percent from 1,105. The November median price was $115,000, up $2,000, or 1.8 percent, from a year ago.
The dollar volume of sales in November was $139.5 million, down 7.3 percent from $150 million a year ago and down nearly 10 percent from nearly $155 million in October.
Monroe County closings in November declined 1.8 percent to 7,946 from 8,094 a year ago. Closings also dropped in Ontario, Orleans, Wayne and Wyoming counties but increased in Genesee and Livingston counties.
GRAR represents more than 3,000 real estate professionals.

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