According to the Financial Post, a sales decline pulled the national average price of a home down to $796,000.
There are signs that Canada's hot real estate market may be slowing down and the data points to a trend that home sellers should pay attention to:
Canada’s real estate markets saw a significant slowdown in March as a decline in sales pulled the national average price of a home down to $796,000. While the average price was still up more than 11 per cent year-over-year, it fell two per cent from the February reading of $816,720, according to data from the Canadian Real Estate Association.
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