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Housing market continues rebound
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By Times staff and the Associated PressMILWAUKEE (AP) - The real estate market in Wisconsin continued to rebound last month, as sales of existing homes rose 20 percent and the median sale price nudged up 2.4 percent.The figures released by the Wisconsin Realtors Association reflect the 10th straight month of double-digit sales growth in the state, including a rise in sales volume in every region of the state, the Wisconsin State Journal reported.There were 5,253 Wisconsin homes sold in April, compared with 4,365 in April 2011. The median price was $128,000, up from $125,000 in the same month last year.In Green County, 37 homes were sold in April, compared to 40 in April 2011. But the median price jumped to $140,000, up from $121,000 in April 2011.