Buying? Selling? Real estate agent Jason Piercey is taking your questions on the St. John's metro area market this afternoon.
A recent survey of home prices by the real estate company Royal LePage shows that while most housing prices dropped in St. John's during the first quarter of 2017, condominiums are holding their value.
The numbers released Tuesday show the median price of a condominium increased by 6.5 per cent, to $297,800.
According to the Royal LePage survey, the median price of a bungalow dropped by four per cent to $300,127, while the median price of a two-storey home dropped slightly, by 0.8 per cent, to $370,527.
Overall, the aggregate price of a home has decreased 1.9 per cent to $328,485 from the same time last year.
Piercey joins the CBC's Ariana Kelland, at 12:30 p.m. NT. Watch in the video player above or join in on the conversation on our Facebook page.