Section: Real estate

Several houses regained their value of 2008 in Canada

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Several houses regained their value of 2008 in Canada

House prices joined again with their levels preceding the financial crisis on the majority of the Canadian markets, the Re/Max. firm has indicated.

October – Month of the Education of Investors

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October – Month of the Education of Investors

In the context of the month of the education of investors, several transferable securities regulation organisms intensify their awareness activities all throughout the month of October.

Quebec Set to Introduce Licensing for Real Estate and Mortgage Industries : Mortgage professionals eagerly await adoption of regulations.

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Quebec Set to Introduce Licensing for Real Estate and Mortgage Industries : Mortgage professionals eagerly await adoption of regulations.

The Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals (CAAMP) is looking forward to the adoption of licensing regulations included in the new Loi sur le courtage immobilier adopted by the National Assembly in May 2008. These regulations ...

The value of building permits totalled $5.0 billion in August, up 7.2% from July.

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The value of building permits totalled $5.0 billion in August, up 7.2% from July.

The value of building permits totalled $5.0 billion in August, up 7.2% from July. The bulk of the increase in construction intentions was due to gains in Ontario and British Columbia.

Vacancy rates of apartments will move to grow everywhere in Quebec

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Vacancy rates of apartments will move to grow everywhere in Quebec

In 2008, vacancy rates of private rental dwellings were at 2,8%, and the crystal ball of the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) envisages a very light rise for 2009 with 3,0% to pass to 3,1% in ...