Section: Real-estate

Fewer New Housing Starts in July 2009 in Quebec

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Fewer New Housing Starts in July 2009 in Quebec - housing start compared

Fewer New Housing Starts in July 2009 in Quebec

New housing starts in the urban centres of 10.000 inhabitants and more decreased in July of 2009 if one compares the results with the same period in 2008. 3.080 foundations have been lead in ...

Contractors have asked for 5,2 billion dollars of building permits in June

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Contractors have asked for 5,2 billion dollars of building permits in June

The value of the building permits has increased by 1,0% in June of 2009 in Canada, compared to May, for an amount of 5,2 billion dollars, according to Statistics Canada. The progression is explained by ...

A winning formula: a good tenant in a good building

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A winning formula: a good tenant in a good building - tenant check

A winning formula: a good tenant in a good building

It is perhaps easier to keep our tenants when the vacancy rates are lower but history will repeat itself one day, when vacant residences could become more numerous again, and ...

Real estate goes well in Montreal: a second consecutive rise of sales in June

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Real estate goes well in Montreal: a second consecutive rise of sales in June - Montreal price

Real estate goes well in Montreal: a second consecutive rise of sales in June

According to data of the MLS (Multiple Listing System) system, the Greater Montreal Real Estate Chamber (GMREC) indicated that the number of transactions concluded in June 2009 has increased by 14% in comparison with ...

New Immigrants Driving Housing Demand

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New Immigrants Driving Housing Demand - immigrant Canada

New Immigrants Driving Housing Demand

Canadian immigrants are narrowing the homeownership gap with their Canadian-born counterparts, according to the latest Real Estate Trends report released by Scotia Economics. The most recent ...