- Associated Press - Friday, March 28, 2014

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The New Hampshire Association of Realtors says there were fewer home sales this February than a year ago, but sales prices are up.

The association says the 656 closed sales in February marked a 4 percent drop from the 683 last year. But the median price of those sales - $207,500 - was 4 percent higher than in February 2013, at $199,700. It was the highest in any February since 2008.

Condominium sales in New Hampshire also dropped in February, with unit sales down 15 percent. The median price on those sales increased by 3 percent in February, with sales volume seeing a 9 percent drop.

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