Out of 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts a select group have been rated the hottest in 2015, according to a recent real estate report.

Lamacchia Realty, which serves Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire, released its report showing the top 25 towns and cities for the state based on increases in the number of homes sold for all of 2015 compared to 2014.

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The sales include single and multi-family homes and condominiums and for a city or town to be considered for the list it must have had a minimum of 200 home sales.

According to Lamacchia, the list shows the growth of the Masssachusetts housing market for 2015 — the biggest year for home sales in nine years.

Here is the list of the 25 most popular cities and towns and their percentage increase in sales and median price for a home:

1. Wayland: 46.2 percent; $692,000

2. Saugus: 45.2 percent; $335,000

3. Lawrence: 36.3 percent; $239,000

4. Leominster: 35.8 percent; $195,500

5. Bourne: 35.2 percent; $300,000

6. Somerset: 33.7 percent; $226,000

7. Hyde Park: 32.6 percent; $351,000

8. Easthampton: 31 percent; $217,500

9. Holyoke: 30 percent; $155,000

10. Fitchburg: 29.8 percent; $158,000

11. Swampscott: 29.3 percent; $400,000

12. Gardner: 28.3 percent; $155,000

13. Mashpee: 27.6 percent; $325,000

14. Weymouth: 27.4 percent; $305,000

15. Holden: 24.7 percent ; $265,000

16. Lynn: 24.6 percent; $265,000

17. Stoughton: 24 percent; $280,000

18. East Longmeadow: 23.9 percent; $247,000

19. Webster: 23.1 percent; $182,000

20. Charlestown: 23 percent; $620,000

21. Westborough: 22.5 percent; $380,000

22. Winthrop: 22.4 percent; $352,000

23. Abington: 22.1 percent; $290,000

24. Westfield: 22 percent; $191,000

25. West Roxbury: 21.8 percent; $440,000