The Conference Board of Canada is out with a new report that says home sales fell in Metro Vancouver for a 4th straight month between May and June.
The Conference Board says sales fell in 15 of 28 markets nationally, including Toronto and Montreal.
The number of listings rose in 17 areas, including a year-over-year gain in Metro Vancouver.
Still, it says with sales easing and the number of listings on the rise, sellers’ conditions continue to prevail on the Lower Mainland.
The Fraser Valley led price growth in the country with a year-over-year gain of 24%.