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Immobilier: de la croissance dans les régions du Québec

Posted on 21 February 2019

BLOGUE INVITÉ. La bonne tenue de l’économie québécoise et la croissance de la population ont permis au marché immobilier de croître dans la majorité des régions du Québec en 2018, et ce, malgré une remontée des taux d’intérêt. Afin d’analyser les variations de ventes et prix, JLR, société d’Equifax, a compilé des statistiques par division de recensement (DR). Au ...

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Ce qu’il faut vérifier avant l’achat d’un condo

Posted on 21 February 2019

L’achat d’un condo, avec toutes ses particularités, est souvent une tâche complexe qui peut vite devenir une importante source de stress. Voici donc un petit guide des points essentiels à vérifier avant d’acheter un condo. Sachez tout d’abord que pour bien vous renseigner sur un condo, vous devez prévoir un délai pour faire des vérifications dans la promesse d’achat ...

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Montreal real estate: House prices likely to climb through 2020, CMHC says

Posted on 29 November 2018

For years, Vancouver and Toronto were the stars of the Canadian real estate market. Prices were skyrocketing, and buyers were in a fever to outbid each other. Meanwhile, Montreal just kept trucking along, prices increasing modestly if unambitiously. Now, it seems, it’s our time to shine. Montreal’s housing market started picking up toward the end of 2015 and has been gaining moment ...

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Montreal real estate: Buying — in this economy? Millennials must compromise

Posted on 29 November 2018

The growing popularity of condos in Montreal and other urban centres has led some to declare that younger generations are simply not interested in suburban living. The cool kids want to raise their kids in condos, within walking distance of the métro — preferably around the corner from some place serving locally roasted pour-over coffees and avocado toast. Right? As an “elder Mille ...

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The Montreal Real Estate “Boom” Compared To Toronto and Vancouver

Posted on 05 December 2018

Montreal real estate is the hottest in Canada when it comes to price increases. Outpacing both Toronto and Montreal, there’s speculation it’s the next Canadian bubble. Turns out if you look at the long-term trend, this is pretty normal. During the Great Recession, Montreal real estate peaked after Toronto and Vancouver began tapering. Despite this, Montreal has a long way to go to give inves ...