Mar 16, 2010 12:50 PM
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A tracking firm says the median home price in Southern California rose 10 percent last month from February 2009, its third consecutive year-to-year increase.
San Diego-based MDA DataQuick reported Tuesday that last month's median of $275,000 was up from $250,000 in February 2009 and up about a percent from January's $271,000.
DataQuick also said home sales crept up about a percent from the February 2009 to more than 15,000. It was the 20th month in a row that home sales increased from their year-ago numbers.
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