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Spotlight: Monroe County home prices rise 4.7 percent

The median sales price for the 305 homes sold in Perinton (including the village of Fairport) during the first six months of the year was $135,000—some 11 percent higher than the corresponding figure a year ago—according to housing market statistics published by the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors on July 27.  The increase for Perinton was the highest among the six Rochester-area towns with the largest number of closed sales year-to-date through June.  Median prices in Irondequoit and Webster rose by 5.5 percent, while prices in Penfield nudged upward by 0.3 percent.  The year-over-year increase for Monroe County was 4.7 percent, according to the GRAR report.

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