Section: Real estate

Increased vacancy rates are expected in Montreal and Gatineau with a decrease in Sherbrooke however

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Increased vacancy rates are expected in Montreal and Gatineau with a decrease in Sherbrooke however -

Increased vacancy rates are expected in Montreal and Gatineau with a decrease in Sherbrooke however

The latest statistical report with forecasts released in the fourth quarter of 2008 by the CMHC states that Montreal will know an increase of its vacancy rate for residential dwellings ...

The CMHC expects a certain decrease of new construction sites in 2009 in Quebec

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The CMHC expects a certain decrease of new construction sites in 2009 in Quebec -

The CMHC expects a certain decrease of new construction sites in 2009 in Quebec

Quebec will see less new building sites in 2009 for its residential construction, according to a forecast from the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), which has just ...

Home-owners of Quebec still have the urge for renovation, now more than ever before

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Home-owners of Quebec still have the urge for renovation, now more than ever before -

Home-owners of Quebec still have the urge for renovation, now more than ever before

Year after year, Quebec home-owners are ever more keen and intending to renovate and 67 % among them will thus use the hammer during the next twelve months in ...

'' Plexes '' continue to increase a lot in value in the Montreal region

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'' Plexes '' continue to increase a lot in value in the Montreal region - September

'' Plexes '' continue to increase a lot in value in the Montreal region

The number of real estate transactions in the metropolitan region of Montreal has witnessed its biggest monthly growth of the last 11 months, according to data made public by ...

The New Housing Price Index increased, year-over-year, by 2.3% in August

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The New Housing Price Index increased, year-over-year, by 2.3% in August - August price increase statcan

The New Housing Price Index increased, year-over-year, by 2.3% in August

The New Housing Price Index increased, year-over-year, by 2.3% in August compared with 2.7% in ...