Foxborough's home sales fell five percent in 2011, according to data released today.
The data, compiled by real estate information firm The Warren Group, showed 111 home sales in 2011, down from 117 last year. December sales were even at 10.
The state sold its lowest number of homes since 1990, with 38,994, down from 41,389 last year. Home sales for the month of December dropped from 3,558 to 3,380 last month.
Here are the home sales numbers for area towns:
- Dover had its home sales fall from 57 in 2010 to 40 in 2011, a 30 percent drop. For December, sales were up from four to five.
- Easton's home sales were down 27 percent for 2011, from 170 to 124. December home sales were steady at 10.
- Mansfield's home sales were up by nearly three percent (from 135 to 139), while December home sales fell by 30 percent (from 20 last year to 14 last month).
- Medfield's 2011 home sales were down, falling from 133 to 118. December sales declinced from 11 to six.
- Norfolk had its home sales in 2011 fall from 86 to 75, but December home sales were up from three to five.
- Norton home sales increased by seven percent in 2011, from 121 to 130, and December sales went up from 13 to 17.
- Norwood's home sales in 2011 were up three percent, from 168 to 172, while December sales went up sharply, from five to 15.
- Plainville's 2011 home sales increased from 50 to 52, and December home sales were up from one to two.
- Sharon had its home sales increase by just over 12 percent in 2011, from 163 in 2010 to 183 last year. December home sales were up 31 percent, from 13 to 17.
- Stoughton home sales fell a bit in 2011, from 171 to 166, while December home sales were up 300 percent, from three to 12.