Economy

Buying Affordability In Montreal Buying Affordability In Montreal depends on where and what you buy! According to the Montreal Gazette, "Compared to Vancouver and Toronto, buying a home in Montreal is relatively affordable. But with rising prices, and some areas seeing faster increases than others, affordability often comes down to where — and what — you’re buying." According to the QFREB, these are the median condo prices in Montreal: *Includes central de-merged suburbs of Town of Mount Royal, Westmount, Hampstead and Montreal-West **Includes municipal Sud-Ouest borough and Verdun Via the QFREB, these are the median prices for single family homes by neighborhood: *Includes central de-merged suburbs of...

'The Biggest Prosperity Opportunity in History': Joel Solomon on the ‘Clean Money Revolution' Published in Sustainable Brands by Sheila Shayon 'The Biggest Prosperity Opportunity in History': Joel Solomon on the ‘Clean Money Revolution' is Sustainable Brand's interview of Joel Solomon on his book and vision for the future. Who is Joel Solomon? "Solomon is Chair of Renewal Funds, a $98 million, mission-based venture capital firm in Vancouver, Canada. During his career, he has invested in more than 100 early-stage companies that have returned above market value and driven positive change. He is a founding member of the Social Venture Network, Business for Social...

Montreal Home Sales Jumped by 11% in March Montreal home sales and the latest Centris Montreal Market Stats for March 2017 <img src="//b.scorecardresearch.com/p?c1=2&c2=6538986&cv=2.0&cj=1" alt="" /> As indicated in the table below, all of the province’s census metropolitan areas (CMAs) registered an increase in sales in March, with the exception of Trois-Rivières. The Gatineau CMA led the way with a 38% increase. As for the median price of single-family homes, it was up in all CMAs except Québec City, where it remained unchanged. For the province as a whole, the median price for single-family homes rose by 4% in March. ...

 Do We Really Need More Downtown Condos In Montreal? Last night, it was announced in Montreal, that the land and building for the old Montreal Children's Hospital would now be revitalized as a development project for new condos, green spaces and affordable housing. With an over abundance of small condos for sale, we don't need any more 700 - 800 square foot units in the downtown region. There is an interest to attract more families to live downtown which is fantastic. But, in order to do so, developers need to construct townhouse type of condos that can provide families with much...

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