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Housing prices to keep falling in southern B.C.

Brian Yu, with Central One Credit Union, says it will be a buyer's market for the next two years in B.C. (Ted S. Warren/Associated Press)
It's good news if you're buying a home -- not so much if you're selling.

The latest housing forecast for B.C. is out, and according to the Central One Credit Union, the tide could soon turn in southern B.C.

As Central One economist Brian Yu explains to Daybreak host, Chris Walker, a gloomy world economy and sluggish provincial economy will continue to drive down sales and prices across the province.

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