Wisconsin's housing market continues to improve. State Realtors sold almost 17-percent more existing houses in April than in the same month of 2014. The Wisconsin Realtors Association said 63-hundred-55 homes were sold last month, up from just over 54-hundred in April of last year. It's the largest sales' total for an April since 2010, and the second-largest since 2006 before the Great Recession bit into the market. Sellers are seeing a nice increase in their prices, as well. Realtors said their average selling price was 154-thousand-900 dollars last month, up by almost 11-percent from the same time last year. Realtors' board chairman Dan Kruse said that after a slow start to 2015, the spring housing market has "really come to life."