February 2016

These are some of the latest economic trends in the Montreal real estate market in 2016, via the QFREB, Here are some points to keep in mind about recent economic conditions: According to the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), 24,901 residential properties changed hands across the country in January 2016, an 8 per cent increase compared to the same month in 2015. This is the twelfth consecutive monthly increase in residential sales for the country. The average price for all property categories combined reached $470,297, an increase of 17 per cent as compared to the same month in 2015. However, if the...

In honour of this Sundays Valentines Day, I thought I would share this great message from Richard Branson of his definition of love [icons size='fa-lg' custom_size='' icon='fa-heart' type='normal' position='' border='no' border_color='' icon_color='' background_color='' margin='' icon_animation='' icon_animation_delay='' link='' target='_self'] "love is a steadfast boat that allows you to make safe yet exciting passage across wild seas." https://www.virgin.com/richard-branson/my-definition-love  ...

Via Inman News Trends, forecasts and more from some of the most prominent economic minds in the industry     byDaren Blomquist Feb 2, 2016 Key Takeaways Growing rental rates and moderate home price growth should mean more people look to buy in 2016. Mortgage rates will rise, which should also help boost numbers of buyers. Inventory is expected to remain a problem, however. As we ring in a New Year, Housing News Report asked six prominent economists to forecast what 2016 will bring for the U.S. housing market. For housing, 2015 was a strong year, with home sales high and home prices continuing to rise. Overall, the economists surveyed were...

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