Vermont housing sales were up in 2012, but prices were down. That was the capsule report heard by representatives of a number of housing interests who met last week at the Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce.
The number of single-family houses sold in calendar 2012 increased in every Vermont county, according to data compiled by Northern New England Real Estate Network for residential units offered through their multiple listing service.
Orange County had a 29 percent increase in sales to lead the state, while Addison County had just four more sales in 2012 than the previous year.
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