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Canadian Real Estate Association

The ratio of home sales to new listings, a key predictor of future house prices, is at its highest level since 2004.
But affordability problems will put a cap on how high prices can go, the industry group says.
The West Coast's housing market correction continues, but it's not enough to drag down the national numbers.
But that doesn't necessarily mean your house is worth less.
Canada's largest cities are seeing price declines, but many smaller places are holding up.
What a house sold for last time will now be part of the basic data on a home listing, thanks to popular demand.
Average sale prices are also down.
Four marijuana plants are enough to damage a property, CREA says.
Activity is below levels seen a year ago in most markets across the country.