While more homes were listed again in the region last month compared to 2017, dollar sales continue to be down substantially, according to the Quinte and District Association of Realtors.
Q-DAR says there was an 11.7% increase in April listings, compared to the same month last year, but dollar sales were down 38%, to just over $110 million.
Residential dollar sales were also down 32% to just over $106 million.
As far as unit sales go, only 313 were sold in April this year, compared to 483 in April of last year.
The average sale price of a home in April is also up from 2017, to $339,501.