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Vancouver home sales slide 38.8% in October Add to ...

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Home prices in the Vancouver region are falling after months of declining sales, signalling the end of an unprecedented housing boom that began in mid-2013.

Prices had been on a tear from the summer of 2013 until August this year. Sales volume set a record high this past March, but starting in April, the number of existing properties sold has decreased month-over-month.

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