Section: Real-estate

Building permits (January 2012)

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Building permits (January 2012)

Contractors took out $4.2 billion worth of permits in the residential sector, down 6.6% following three consecutive monthly gains. The decrease was largely the result of lower construction intentions for multi-family dwellings in Ontario.

Inspection prior to purchase

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Inspection prior to purchase

To give the client a better understanding of the condition of the proposed building at the time of inspection.

The City of Montreal has adopted a new regulation on the increase of its “welcome tax”

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The City of Montreal has adopted a new regulation on the increase of its “welcome tax”

In Quebec, each municipality must charge a transfer tax on the transfers of buildings, in particular by sale, located on its territory. This duty, payable by the purchaser to the municipality, is usually ...

Apartment Building Construction Price Index

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Apartment Building Construction Price Index

0.4% in the fourth quarter compared with the previous quarter

2012-2013 Housing market outlook (Province of Quebec)

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2012-2013 Housing market outlook (Province of Quebec) - expected resale market

2012-2013 Housing market outlook (Province of Quebec)

"The current climate of uncertainty regarding economic prospects abroad will lead to less vigorous household spending and private investment in the province. Due to these factors,...