Section: Real-estate

New Housing Price Index, May 2012

Published on by Association des Propriétaires du Québec

New Housing Price Index, May 2012 - Housing Price increase statcan region Toronto Oshawa price year-over-year

New Housing Price Index, May 2012

The New Housing Price Index (NHPI) rose 0.3% in May, following a 0.2% increase in April.

MLS® Sales Activity in the Suburbs More Dynamic Than on the Island of Montréal in the Past Three Months

Published on by Association des Propriétaires du Québec

MLS® Sales Activity in the Suburbs More Dynamic Than on the Island of Montréal in the Past Three Months - Montréal increase

MLS® Sales Activity in the Suburbs More Dynamic Than on the Island of Montréal in the Past Three Months

While sales have increased in the Montréal CMA for five consecutive months, it is the suburbs that have registered the largest increases in the past three months, with Laval leading the way.

Enquête 2012 sur les résidences pour personnes âgées

Published on by Association des Propriétaires du Québec

Enquête 2012 sur les résidences pour personnes âgées -

Enquête 2012 sur les résidences pour personnes âgées

Taux d'inoccupation : 8,4 % en février, comparativement à 8,1 % à la même période en 2011.

Quebec June 2012 Housing Starts

Published on by Association des Propriétaires du Québec

Quebec June 2012 Housing Starts - housing start

Quebec June 2012 Housing Starts

The trend is a moving average of the monthly seasonally adjusted annual rates (SAAR) of housing starts. The standalone monthly SAAR was 42,800 units in June, up from 36,500 in May.

Increase in Montréal Home Prices Recorded in Second Quarter and Forecast for Prices to Remain Stable for Remainder of 2012

Published on by Association des Propriétaires du Québec

Increase in Montréal Home Prices Recorded in Second Quarter and Forecast for Prices to Remain Stable for Remainder of 2012 - Royal LePage increase price housing market percent which middle

Increase in Montréal Home Prices Recorded in Second Quarter and Forecast for Prices to Remain Stable for Remainder of 2012

Historically low mortgage rates, new job creation and consumer confidence in the economy and the housing market, have led to price increases in the second quarter. Royal LePage expects the local housing market to be more balanced for the rest of the year