Section: Real-estate

SEPTEMBER 2014 HOUSING STARTS IN QUEBEC

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SEPTEMBER 2014 HOUSING STARTS IN QUEBEC

Housing  starts  in  Quebec  were  trending  at  32,704 units  in September,  compared  to  32,111  units  in  August,  according  to  Canada  Mortgage  and  Housing Corporation (CMHC).  The  trend  is  a six-month moving  average  of  the monthly  seasonally  adjusted
annual rates (SAAR) of housing starts.

Building permits, August 2014

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Building permits, August 2014

The total value of building permits issued by Canadian municipalities fell 27.3% to $6.7 billion in August, following three months of double-digit increases. The August decline was mainly the result of lower construction intentions for non-residential buildings in Quebec and residential buildings in Ontario.

Canadian home sales climb higher in August

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Canadian home sales climb higher in August

The number of home sales processed through the MLS® Systems of Canadian real estate

Boards and Associations rose 1.8 per cent on a month-over-month basis in August 2014, marking the seventh consecutive monthly increase, and the highest level for sales since January 2010.

AUGUST 2014 HOUSING STARTS IN QUEBEC

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AUGUST 2014 HOUSING STARTS IN QUEBEC

Selon  la  Société  canadienne  d’hypothèques  et  de logement (SCHL),  la  tendance  des  mises  en  chantier  d’habitations  dans  les  centres  urbains  du Québec  se  chiffrait  à  32 628  en  août,  comparativement  à  35 401  en  juillet.  Cette  tendance correspond  à  la  moyenne  mobile  de  six  mois  du  nombre  mensuel  désaisonnalisé  et annualisé (DDA) de mises en chantier d’habitations.

ECONOMIC DAMAGE IS NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY TO OBTAIN THE TERMINATION OF THE LEASE FOR FREQUENT DELAYS

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ECONOMIC DAMAGE IS NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY TO OBTAIN THE TERMINATION OF THE LEASE FOR FREQUENT DELAYS

By an appeal introduced on March 6, 2013 the owner requests the termination of the lease and the eviction of the tenant, the recovery of the rent ($1400) as well as the rent due at the time of the hearing. Moreover, the owner asked for termination of the lease on the grounds that the tenant often pays the rent late. The owner, at the hearing, acknowledged that the tenant had paid the rent due, together with court costs and that no money was owed to him.