Section: Real-estate

Fall of the price of residences in the United States, interesting?

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Fall of the price of residences in the United States, interesting?

Who has never dreamed one day to become owner of a condo in Florida? The rate of exchange being much more favorable than a few years ago, the price of the houses having also fallen in a spectacular way in the United States, it seems that ...

Building permits (November 2011)

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Building permits (November 2011) - value building permit billion increase sector Ontario construction intention largest dwelling

Building permits (November 2011)

$2.2 billion of permits in the non-residential sector, down 17.6%, following a 31.9% increase the previous month.

New Housing Price Index (October 2011)

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New Housing Price Index (October 2011) - October price

New Housing Price Index (October 2011)

The New Housing Price Index (NHPI) rose 0.2% in October, following a similar increase in September.

Quebec housing starts in November

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Quebec housing starts in November - month November

Quebec housing starts in November

The result for November brought year-to-date urban starts to 37,712 units, for a decrease of 6 per cent from the first eleven months of 2010. This decline was due to the single-detached home segment (-17 per cent), ...

Building permits (October 2011)

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Building permits (October 2011) - decrease value building billion increase sector Ontario construction intention October attributable province Alberta permit component multi-family dwelling institutional commercial

Building permits (October 2011)

The value of non-residential permits rose 32.8% to $2.7 billion in October, following three consecutive monthly declines. Institutional buildings in Ontario and industrial buildings in Quebec,...