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Vancouver condos decline most by price per square foot: Royal LePage

By April Fong for BNN Bloomberg

The per-square-foot price of a condo in Greater Vancouver fell 8.3 per cent year-over-year to $764 as a correction in the region’s housing prices continued, the real estate company said Wednesday. That compares with a 9.1 per cent increase to $743 per square foot for a Greater Toronto Area condo, Royal LePage said.

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“With a deceleration in Vancouver’s condo market, buyers for the first time in several years can benefit from the changing landscape,” Adil Dinani, real estate advisor with Royal LePage West Real Estate Services, said in a release.

“Higher inventory levels have resulted in the market nearing the point of oversupply and price per square foot has been decreasing considerably in this category.”

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