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Montreal Real Estate News

The advantage of having the right information is to maximize your position in the Montreal real estate market. Here at Alexandre Sebe’s Montreal Real Estate News, we provide the most comprehensive real estate market information combined with real time sales experience. This ensures that you have the most up to date information to sell a Montreal property, buy a property or lease a property, putting you in the best position to make the right decisions.

Week of March 21-28 2014

  • 252  Open Houses
  • 134 Price Reductions
  • 242 New Listings
  • 152  Sold Listings
  • 24 New Rentals

If you would like more information or to discuss the current market contact Alex and he will be able to answer all your questions.

Source: Greater Montréal Real Estate Board by Centris

Week of March 21-28 2014

  • 242 Single Family
  • 609 Condo/Apartment
  • 37 Commercial/Industrial
  • 132 Revenue Property
  • 1029  All Properties

If you would like more information or to discuss the current market contact Alex and he will be able to answer all your questions.

Source: Greater Montréal Real Estate Board by Centris

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March 28th, 2014
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BMO's mortgage rate cut won't have bi...

March 28th, 2014
BMO's mortgage rate cut won't have big impact on housing market 2.99% 5-year fixed rate a marketing gimmick, say some, and won't significantly alter demand Source.By Kazi Stastna, CBC News Posted: Mar 28, 2014 5:00 AM ET Last Updated: Mar 28, 2014 6:04 AM ET The 2.99 per cent mortgage is not here to stay, say some analysts, and is in large part a marketing gimmick aimed at attracting new business ahead of the traditional spring uptick in sales in the ...Click here to read more detail about 'BMO's mortgage rate cut won't have bi...'

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