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Mortgage Broker News

April 03 2018

Toronto and Vancouver's losses are this city's gain

According to a veteran Montreal mortgage broker, the city’s searing real estate market is about to get even hotter.“We are the next place,” said George Macris of DLC Centre-Ouest.” Montreal is the place to be. Even investors are looking into Montreal more; I’m getting...

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maPRESSE

12 avril 2018

Quartier des spectacles: les investissements ont été très rentables

Investir des dizaines de millions en argent public dans le Quartier des spectacles a été rentable, conclut une nouvelle étude commandée par la Ville de Montréal. Les 200 millions nécessaires pour refaire ce secteur du centre-ville ont entraîné des retombées de plus de 2 milliards depuis 10 ans...

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TVA Nouvelles

10 mai 2018

Le prix des propriétés de luxe du Grand Montréal a connu la meilleure croissance

Le marché des propriétés de luxe détachées est en pleine croissance au Canada, mais c’est dans le Grand Montréal que le vent souffle le plus fort, avec une augmentation du prix médian de 9,1 % sur un an au cours du premier trimestre de 2018, pour atteindre 1 569 515 $...

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BNN Bloomberg

May 10, 2018

Montreal posts biggest gain in luxury home prices as housing market heats up

There’s another sign that Canada’s second-largest city is the next hot housing market. The Greater Montreal Area posted the country’s biggest increase in detached luxury home prices in the first quarter, with the median price climbing more than nine per cent to $1,569,515 from the same period in 2017, according to a Royal LePage report released Thursday...

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Financial Post

January 08, 2018

‘It’s on fire’: Montreal home sales growth soars past Toronto, Vancouver for first time in 20 years

Montreal was one of Canada’s hottest real estate markets last year as low unemployment and economic growth translated into the area’s best sales growth in a decade.Total sales in the Greater Montreal Area increased eight per cent to 44,448 on the strength of condominium sales and good overall activity on the Island of Montreal. Unlike Toronto and Vancouver, Montreal doesn’t have a foreign buyers tax...

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