Section: Real estate

Canada’s real estate market to cool slightly after strong first half

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Canada’s real estate market to cool slightly after strong first half - market second quarter price activity expected increase

Canada’s real estate market to cool slightly after strong first half

Typical annual market cycle was front-loaded in Q1 and Q2 but increasing supply of
homes for sale will bring average Canadian home prices down in third and fourth
quarters

Building permits (May 2010)

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Building permits (May 2010) - building permit April value component increase province sector intention

Building permits (May 2010)

Municipalities issued building permits worth $6.0 billion in May, a 10.8% decline from April. The decline follows two consecutive monthly increases. The value of permits in May was 13.9% higher than...

The vacancy rate is on the rise, must we rent our apartments for free?

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The vacancy rate is on the rise, must we rent our apartments for free? - EN-CA month

The vacancy rate is on the rise, must we rent our apartments for free?

The vacancy rate for the whole of Quebec is on the rise according to the CMHC and has reached 2,5% according to its study published on June 15, 2010.

The Province’s Real Estate Market Slowed in May 2010

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The Province’s Real Estate Market Slowed in May 2010 - transaction province decrease compared increase single-family price median increased reach

The Province’s Real Estate Market Slowed in May 2010

There were 8,014 MLS® sales transactions in the province of Québec in May 2010, an 8 per cent decrease compared to May 2009, ...

The report of the CMHC shows that the price of the rents is too low in Quebec

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The report of the CMHC shows that the price of the rents is too low in Quebec - Roman EN-CA

The report of the CMHC shows that the price of the rents is too low in Quebec

“The vacancy rate has, once again, increased, passing from 2,3% to 2,5%, and this in spite of growing immigration and of an access to property whose fervour decreases...