The data from Bloomberg and Nanos Research shows that the proportion who believe prices will increase dipped to 37.25 per cent last week from 37.97 per cent a week earlier.
Those who thought prices will remain the same made up 45.46 per cent, with 13.87 per cent predicting a decrease.
Overall, consumer sentiment dipped slightly with both renters and homeowners feeling less confident.
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Fewer Canadians expect home prices to be higher in six months, according to the latest Canadian Confidence Index.