Section: Real estate

Montréal’s Real Estate Market Slowed in May 2010

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Montréal’s Real Estate Market Slowed in May 2010 - Montréal

Montréal’s Real Estate Market Slowed in May 2010

There were 4,403 sales transactions in the Montréal Metropolitan Area in May 2010, an 8 per cent decrease compared to May 2009, according to...

CMHC Spring 2010 Rental market survey

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CMHC Spring 2010 Rental market survey - spring vacancy market rental

CMHC Spring 2010 Rental market survey

the average vacancy rate in privately initiated structures with three or more housing units in Quebec’s urban centres reached 2.5 per cent in April...

Quebec housing starts in May

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Quebec housing starts in May - start

Quebec housing starts in May

According to the results of the latest monthly survey conducted by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), residential construction increased this past month in Quebec’s centres with 10,000 or...

Building permits : April 2010

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Building permits : April 2010 - value building permit April non-residential sector residential component

Building permits : April 2010

The value of building permits rose 5.4% to $6.7 billion in April, following a 12.3% advance in March. Compared with April 2009, the value of building permits has increased by ...

The reason why financial institutions generally retain the economic value to finance your rental building (second part)

Published on by É.A. Évaluateur agréé Yannick Lemelin

The reason why financial institutions generally retain the economic value to finance your rental building (second part) - EN-CA would building

The reason why financial institutions generally retain the economic value to finance your rental building (second part)

a venirLet us imagine that, over a given period, the key interest rate of the Bank of Canada increases by 2%.