The Bay State’s long-running housing bust might be finally winding down after four years of seemingly endless declines.

A trio of reports released yesterday shows that housing is scoring some of its best marks since real estate began tanking in mid-2005.

“It’s great news,” said Timothy Warren of market tracker the Warren Group, which yesterday said the number of Bay State houses changing hands jumped to 4,977 in July.

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