BOSTON — Connecticut single-family home sales increased a mere 0.4 percent in tramadol no prescription month of June, according to the latest report by the Warren Group. The modest June gain follows double-digits increases in April buy valium online no prescription May. Second-quarter single-family home sales totaled 6,723, an 11 percent increase from 6,042 xanax online the second quarter of 2011.
June single-family home sales in Connecticut represented the sixth straight month of increases in 2012. A total of 2,532 cheap xanax homes sold in June, up slightly from 2,521 a year earlier. This marks the best month for sales since June 2010, when there were 3,400 cheap tramadol.
"While it's positive that sales remained about the same as last year, it looks like the market lost some momentum in June. Connecticut home sales are not as strong as in other parts of New England," said Warren Group CEO Timothy M. Warren Jr. "Hopefully the local consumer confidence combined with low mortgage rates will help the market a great deal."
Year-to-date home sales statewide are up nine percent over 2011.
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