In the most competitive housing market in US history, sales are beginning to stall, but the Worcester market is hot, according to a report Redfin released Thursday.

The most competitive market in June was Oakland, where 85.3 percent of homes sold above list price, followed by 80.1 percent in San Jose, 78.3 percent in Worcester, 76.5 percent in Rochester, N.Y., and 74.3 percent in Denver, according to the report. Boston saw 71.8 percent of its listings go for above asking, while in Providence that number was 68.2 percent.

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Meanwhile, in New Hampshire the hot housing market continues to drive home prices skyward with the median price of a home topping half-a-million dollars for the first time in one county, the Associated Press reported Thursday. The New Hampshire Association of Realtors reported that the median home price in Rockingham County was $509,850 in…

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