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MLS® Remarks Renovated four bedroom house in move in condition. Offers two car parking, new windows,french drain, newer kitchen and bathroom, deck off kitchen, new fence. Very bright & meticulously maintained. Inclusions Dishwasher, microwave Exclusions Fridge,stove, washer,dryer,chandiler in dining room
Greater Montreal a buyer’s market for condos
One of many new condo projects, Le William, begins to take shape in the Griffintown district of Montreal.
Photograph by: Allen McInnis , Montreal Gazette
MONTREAL — Greater Montreal’s condo market now favours buyers for the first time in 15 years, after the number of units listed for sale soared 25 per cent in Ma ...
Residential Sales Fall in Montreal Area in First Quarter of 2013
Centris® Residential Sales Statistics for the Montreal Metropolitan Area
ÎLE-DES-SOEURS, QUEBEC--(Marketwired - April 12, 2013) - According to the real estate brokers' provincial database, there were 9,927 residential sales transactions in the Montréal Metropolitan Area in the first quarter of 2013, an 18 per cen ...
By Julian Beltrame, The Canadian Press
OTTAWA - There are fresh signs of cooling in the Canadian housing market, but analysts say fears of a major crash have yet to materialize.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. reported Tuesday that the pace of housing starts crept up slightly last month from February, ...
By Andrea Hopkins
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian housing starts edged higher in March and building permits were weaker than expected in February, reports released on Tuesday showed, offering some reassurance that Canada's housing sector is simply cooling, not crashing.
While housing starts rose for a second straight ...
Home prices edge up in most markets, Royal LePage says
Student protests took bite out of downtown rentals in 2012
Last year's student protests contributed to weaker demand for downtown Montreal rentals in 2012, a new report says.
Photograph by: ALLEN MCINNIS, THE GAZETTE , The Gazette
Quebec's student strike against higher tuition fees contributed to weaker demand for downtown Montreal rentals in 2012, a blip ...
Montreal home prices expected to dip
The inventory of condos for sale in Greater Montreal is now up 24 per cent, with single family homes rising 17 per cent, compared with the same time last year.
Photograph by: John Mahoney , THE GAZETTE
MONTREAL — Montreal property prices could decline by up to five per cent during the crucial spring homebuying season ...
Despite housing concerns, investing opportunities in Canada and the U.S. abound