While home sales statewide were higher last month compared to February 2012, the results were mixed in Door and Kewaunee counties.
Door County saw sales of existing homes decrease 32% from last February to this February while Kewaunee County posted a 37.5% increase, according to statistics released by the Wisconsin Realtors Association.
Home sales in the Northeast region were up 8.9%.
Statewide home sales were up 11.7%, marking the 20th straight month of double-digit growth in sales of existing homes.
"There are strong seasonal patterns in Wisconsin home sales, and the vast majority of homes sell between April and September, but we've had a very good housing market over the past winter," said Renny Diedrich, Chairman of the WRA board of directors.