Section: Real-estate

As predicted, construction sites in Quebec become scarcer

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As predicted, construction sites in Quebec become scarcer

In July 2008, a total of 3 122 building sites have been registered in the urban centres of Quebec of 10 000 inhabitants and more, provoking a diminution of these by 3 %, in comparison ...

In June, the total value of building permits fell 5.3% from May

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In June, the total value of building permits fell 5.3% from May

In June, the total value of building permits fell 5.3% from May to $6.3 billion, as construction intentions decreased in both the residential and non-residential sectors and ...

Seven percent of households have purchased an apartment last year

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Seven percent of households have purchased an apartment last year

According to statistics already published by the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), it is interesting to notice that seven percent of ...

Construction in Quebec displays strong growth of 11 %, before taking a break for two weeks

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Construction in Quebec displays strong growth of 11 %, before taking a break for two weeks

Many building sites, be they construction of roads, commercial or institutional building, and even the habitation sector operate at full capacity in Quebec, when an increase of 11 % has ...

The Montréal Resale Market Is Bucking the Trend of Other Large Canadian Cities

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The Montréal Resale Market Is Bucking the Trend of Other Large Canadian Cities

According to the MLS® system data, the resale market in the Montréal Metropolitan Area is bucking the trend in comparison with other large Canadian cities, says the Greater Montréal Real Estate Board’s (GMREB). In June 2008, residential ...