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Byline: Greg Stiles
Dec. 13--Sales of existing Jackson County single-family homes slowed in November, but average prices continued to climb.
The 166 urban units that turned over last month were the fewest in a November since 1998 when 157 exchanged hands. It was the least active month since February of this year when 126 units were sold.
"We found this year that a lot more expensive homes have been selling," says ReMax Idea Properties Inc. owner Bob Gervais.
Entry-level inventory continues to be problem, but low interest rates have allowed some people to cash out of their starter homes into larger ones.
"It all works together in a …