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Regional house sale prices increased last year

The average sale price of houses climbed in 2007 throughout southcentral Pennsylvania.

The average sale price of houses climbed in 2007 throughout southcentral Pennsylvania.

Prices increased an average 2.2 percent from 2006, according to the Central Penn Multi-List Inc., an Enola-based regional real estate tracking group owned by the Greater Harrisburg Association of Realtors.

The average sale price for a house in the region increased to $181,977 last year. That makes about an $11,000 increase.

However, more houses were sold in the region in 2006 than 2007. There were 8,637 units sold last year, down from 9,082 the year before, according to the multi-list.

Houses stayed on the market longer in 2007, too. It took an average of 60 days to sell a house in 2007, up from 50 days in 2006.

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