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jueves, 27 de septiembre de 2012

New U.S. home sales dip in August; prices soar

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch)
Sales of new single-family homes in the U.S. fell slightly in August to a 373,000 annual pace from July's slightly revised level of 374,000, the Commerce Department said Wednesday
The sales pace in July, originally reported as 372,000, was the highest since April 2010 Economists surveyed by MarketWatch expected new home sales last month to total about 380,000 on an annualized basis
The median sales prices, meanwhile, soared 11.2% in August to $256,900, the single biggest monthly increase ever recorded
The supply of new homes on market remained steady at 4.5 months
Sales rose in all regions except the South, where the housing market has generally been strongest

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