Indiana leads nation in rise in home sales

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No other state recorded as large of an increase in home sales as Indiana in the fourth quarter, reports the National Association of Realtors. The 13.7-percent gain, to an annualized rate of 157,300 units, was well ahead of the 10.1-percent overall national decline in sales of single-family houses and condominiums. Only six states had increases in the period, and the Midwest declined 8.6 percent.

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