Section: Real-estate

The CMHC expects a decreasing vacancy rate and small rent increases

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The CMHC expects a decreasing vacancy rate and small rent increases

In a forecast summary of its Spring 2009 poll the CMHC holds that rent increases will not be very important in 2009 and 2010, with vacancy ...

Quebec should only register 40 000 new housing starts in 2009

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Quebec should only register 40 000 new housing starts in 2009 - Quebec should housing start market

Quebec should only register 40 000 new housing starts in 2009

According to the latEst forecast from the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), Quebec should register 40 000 new residential housing starts in 2009, and it expects 41 000 of them in 2010. For the current ...

Contractors selling prices decreased 0.5% in March

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Contractors selling prices decreased 0.5% in March

Contractors selling prices decreased 0.5% in March compared with a 0.7% decline in February. This resulted in a New Housing Price Index of ...

New housing starts are still in slow motion in Quebec

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New housing starts are still in slow motion in Quebec

In total, for all the urban centres of 10 000 inhabitants and more in Quebec, 3 051 new housing starts have been registered last April compared to 3 964 a year earlier for the same ...

The decreasing number of real-estate transactions is the least important since the beginning of the year in Montreal

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The decreasing number of real-estate transactions is the least important since the beginning of the year in Montreal - average price

The decreasing number of real-estate transactions is the least important since the beginning of the year in Montreal

The number of real-estate transactions in Greater Montreal has diminished by 6 % in April of 2009, compared to the same period in 2008, but it finally represents the best month since the ...