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Where home prices were highest in December 2012.
The average sale price of homes across Canada was up 1.6 per cent over the same month last year. This number is heavily influenced by the dip in home sales in Greater Vancouver and Greater Toronto. Without those two markets, home prices across Canada actually rose by 3.3 per cent. Click through to see where it costs the most to buy a home in Canada.
December '12: $352,787
Change from November '12: - 1.1%
Change from December '11: + 1.6%
Number of units sold: 20,538
* Non-seasonally adjusted
* December data for Quebec markets is under embargo until Jan. 22 and so is not included in this gallery.
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