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Canadian Real Estate Association

But affordability problems will put a cap on how high prices can go, the industry group says.
The West Coast's housing market correction continues, but it's not enough to drag down the national numbers.
But that doesn't necessarily mean your house is worth less.
Canada's largest cities are seeing price declines, but many smaller places are holding up.
Property prices are falling in a majority of Canadian cities.
Toronto is no longer a "seller's market" and is now "in balanced territory."
The average sales price of a home in Canada reached $548,517 in March, up 8.2 per cent in a year.
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