Section: Real-estate

Unseasonably high price appreciation and record-breaking activity cap Canada's real estate market in 2007

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Unseasonably high price appreciation and record-breaking activity cap Canada's real estate market in 2007 - estate market significant fourth quarter house price continued increase Royal LePage housing strong demand economy Canada buyer inventory activity level average Saint

Unseasonably high price appreciation and record-breaking activity cap Canada's real estate market in 2007

Canada's real estate market posted significant gains in the fourth quarter of 2007 and showed little sign of the traditional seasonal slowdown. Average house prices continued to increase in the ...

Canada's House prices forecast to rise by 3.5 per cent in 2008; activity to moderate

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Canada's House prices forecast to rise by 3.5 per cent in 2008; activity to moderate - price anticipated Canada estate market housing continue level

Canada's House prices forecast to rise by 3.5 per cent in 2008; activity to moderate

After experiencing an exceptional year characterized by strong average house price appreciation and record breaking unit sales, the momentum from 2007 is anticipated to carry over ...

The rate of growth in new housing prices slowed again in October

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The rate of growth in new housing prices slowed again in October - growth housing price October year-over-year September

The rate of growth in new housing prices slowed again in October

The rate of growth in new housing prices slowed again in October, the 14th straight month in which the pace of growth has either ...

Quebec Residential Construction Declines in November

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Quebec Residential Construction Declines in November - start month November housing

Quebec Residential Construction Declines in November

According to the results of the monthly starts survey conducted by CMHC, residential construction declined this past month. In fact, 3,019 dwellings were started in November, or 28 per cent fewer ...

meownership a Major Priority For New Canadian Immigrants

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meownership a Major Priority For New Canadian Immigrants

Just over one half (52 per cent) of new immigrants to Canada have already purchased a home and did so, on average, within three years of arriving in ...