Home sales across Florida and Virginia continued to climb through year-end 2004, while Massachusetts sales began to slow in December, according to the Realtor associations in those states. Florida's housing market registered a record year in 2004 in terms of closings and median price for sales of existing single-family homes statewide. By year's end, Florida came close to reaching the 250,000 mark for annual sales, according to the Florida Association of Realtors, with a total of 242,234 homes sold – an 11 percent increase over the 218,739 homes sold the year before. Buyers' demand for existing single- family homes in Florida continued to rise in December, pushing the statewide median sales price 22 percent higher to $195,900; a year ago, it was $160,600, according to the associa...
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