The Montreal census metropolitan area has experienced an increase in housing supply this year, mostly fueled by condominium listings, and the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation expects much of the same in 2012.
Canadians have recently expressed desire to only pay for select real estate agent services when buying or selling a home, but now the agents are engaging in a similar battle.
According to a new report by the Greater Montréal Real Estate Board, prices of single-family homes in the Montreal area increased by 6 percent in September 2011 compared to one year ago, boosted by low mortgage rates.
Recent Survey Finds Vast Majority of Calgarians are Happy – and Satisfied with Financial Well Being The Calgary Foundation released its 2011 Vital Signs this week, an ‘annual community checkup that measures the vitality of the community, identifies significant trends, and assigns grades in 12 areas critical to quality of life.’ According to the 2011 …
According to recent information reported by the Greater Montreal Real Estate Board, the region experienced a decline in home sale transactions during the second quarter of the year.
Expanding its presence in Quebec, Partners Real Estate Investment Trust recently announced it would acquire a 250,000 square foot shopping center in the Greater Montreal region.
New national data garnered by Statistics Canada has revealed that poverty rates in the major urban areas of Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal are well above national averages. The agency used income reports taken from 2009 to acquire its prospective. More positively, data also seems to indicate that mid-sized cities are improving their poverty statistics despite …