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New listings in the Vancouver region’s housing market have tumbled to their lowest March level in eight years as prospective sellers take a wait-and-see attitude. (Ben Nelms For The Globe and Mail)
New listings in the Vancouver region’s housing market have tumbled to their lowest March level in eight years as prospective sellers take a wait-and-see attitude. (Ben Nelms For The Globe and Mail)

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New listings in the Vancouver region’s housing market have tumbled to their lowest March level in eight years as prospective sellers take a wait-and-see attitude.

The number of new listings for various housing types totalled 4,762 last month, down 24.1 per cent from a year earlier in the territory covered by the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver.

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