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Double-digit drops in home sales, prices

Mass. market staggered through first quarter of 2009

Adam Rosenbaum (left), a real estate agent for Century 21, showed an unidentified buyer a two-family home in Arlington in March. The home, at 40 Tanager St., went under agreement after nearly two months. Adam Rosenbaum (left), a real estate agent for Century 21, showed an unidentified buyer a two-family home in Arlington in March. The home, at 40 Tanager St., went under agreement after nearly two months. (Globe Staff Photo / Pat Greenhouse)
By Jenifer B. McKim
Globe Staff / April 30, 2009

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Massachusetts real estate prices probably haven't hit bottom. Median residential prices and sales volume dropped by double digits over the first three months of the year, according to data released yesterday by Warren Group, a company that tracks real estate. (Full article: 667 words)

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