Section: Real estate

Still less hammer blows in Quebec

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Still less hammer blows in Quebec - housing

Still less hammer blows in Quebec

New housing starts continue to decrease about everywhere in Quebec, and this is still the case in June of 2009, if one compares the results with the same period last year, in the agglomerations of ...

The wind turns into the right direction for real estate in Quebec

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The wind turns into the right direction for real estate in Quebec - property

The wind turns into the right direction for real estate in Quebec

Quebec now has a higher rate of access to property than has been recorded since the middle of the 1980s, and that is thanks to the marked renewal of the activity on the resale market. These observations were ...

Stable national real estate market forecast to endure

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Stable national real estate market forecast to endure - housing market second quarter remainder Royal LePage house price expected slightly Canada average estate acros condition activity demand buyer

Stable national real estate market forecast to endure

Canada's resale housing market recovered lost ground in the second quarter and is poised to stabilize for the remainder of 2009, after a very slow start to the year, according to the Royal LePage Market Survey Forecast and ...

Residential vacancy rate for elderly people now reaches 7,9%

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Residential vacancy rate for elderly people now reaches 7,9% - residence elderly people Quebec February vacancy region average

Residential vacancy rate for elderly people now reaches 7,9%

According to the poll carried out by the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) on residences for elderly people in Quebec in February 2009, the vacancy rate for standard places was ...

Real estate sales are up for the first time in seven months in Montreal

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Real estate sales are up for the first time in seven months in Montreal -

Real estate sales are up for the first time in seven months in Montreal

The number of real estate transactions in the Greater Montreal region has gone up by 8 % in May of 2009 compared to the same period last year. The data come from the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) system of the Greater ...