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Montréal loses 20,000 people every year but gains back with more international immigration

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Montréal loses 20,000 people every year but gains back with more international immigration - Québec

Montréal loses 20,000 people every year but gains back with more international immigration

Employment will increase moderately as will Québec’s economy even if there is inequality in these areas in major Québec ...

Quebecers among the least likely in Canada to purchase a home

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Quebecers among the least likely in Canada to purchase a home - average Quebec Canadian homeowner

Quebecers among the least likely in Canada to purchase a home

An RBC/Ipsos-Reid survey shows Quebecers are the least likely in Canada to purchase a home within the next two years ...

Greater Montréal Real Estate Board Statistics - Sales Volume Exceeds $1 billion for the first time in February

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Greater Montréal Real Estate Board Statistics - Sales Volume Exceeds $1 billion for the first time in February - February

Greater Montréal Real Estate Board Statistics - Sales Volume Exceeds $1 billion for the first time in February

According to statistics published by the Greater Montréal Real Estate Board (GMREB), the total sales dollar volume of units sold passed the $1 billion ...

Montréal remains the most active market for plexes

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Montréal remains the most active market for plexes - Montréal January Greater increase

Montréal remains the most active market for plexes

Montréal remains the most active market for plexes with 53% of all transactions registered in January 2006. The real estate market generally continues to perform well within the Greater Montréal ...

A residence construction BOOM for the elderly in Gatineau

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A residence construction BOOM for the elderly in Gatineau - vacancy Gatineau bedroom increase should

A residence construction BOOM for the elderly in Gatineau

Comme dans la majorité des principales régions métropolitaines de recensement de la SCHL, le taux d'inoccupation a encore grimpé pour la région de ...