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Wisconsin Home Sales, Prices Rise in October


Home prices in Wisconsin are growing due to a shortage of homes on the market in the state's metro areas, but sales still rose in October, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel staffer Paul Gores reports. Home sales statewide were up 4.9% last month from October 2016 ...


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