Section: Real estate

New Housing Price Index, March 2012

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New Housing Price Index, March 2012

The New Housing Price Index (NHPI) rose 0.3% in March, following a similar increase in February.

Quebec housing starts in April

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Quebec housing starts in April

In all, 5,125 dwellings were started in April 2012, compared to 3,743 a year earlier.

Building permits, March 2012

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Building permits, March 2012

The value of residential permits declined 1.3% to $3.9 billion, the third monthly decrease in a row. Decreases occurred in six provinces, led by Ontario. Alberta posted the largest increase, followed by Nova Scotia.

The Buying Process

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The Buying Process

The CMHC offers the following tips on how to find the home of your dreams, how to make an offer, and what happens next

Unprecedented ‘Mortgage Sale’ and Consumer Confidence Fuel Real Estate Prices in First Quarter 2012

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Unprecedented ‘Mortgage Sale’ and Consumer Confidence Fuel Real Estate Prices in First Quarter 2012

Market activity in the first quarter of 2012 was unusually high resulting in tight inventories and strong price appreciation in most major cities. Buyers were attracted into the market by historically low mortgage rates and sellers brought listing inventory...