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Top Stories This Week – June 22, 2018

This week: A Look At The Data On Montreal Homebuyers, Top 7 Garden Trends Of 2018, and more...

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We know how easy it is for news to pass you by in the week, so we’ve put together a round-up of Montreal’s most important real estate stories from the past few days – and where to read more about them:

Who’s Buying What? A Look At The Data On Montreal Homebuyers

The CMHC’s latest Housing Market Insight, entitled “Who are the homebuyers in the various sectors of Greater Montréal? A first comprehensive study on the topic,” provides the first detailed profile of homebuyers in the Greater Montreal Area. The results of this data, sourced from the 2016 Census, help us gain a better understanding of the dynamics of Montreal’s real estate market.

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The Top 7 Garden Trends Of 2018 – Garden Design Ideas

Homeowners can gain many benefits from an attractive and well functioning garden design. A garden can be turned into an outside living space which will add value to your property. Just as the trends of home interior design are continually changing, gardens are not far behind as several new trends surface each year that can help you create your outdoor paradise. Here are a few garden trends that will get you digging in the dirt in 2018.

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Teranet May 2018: Home Prices Stabilize Across Canada, Gains In Montreal

Vancouver, Victoria and Montreal were the only metropolitan areas in Canada whose house price indexes rose to a new high in May, according to Teranet’s latest report. The Teranet–National Bank National Composite House Price IndexTM  rose by 1.0% compared to April, largely led by the condo market. On the downside, price growth in Canadian real estate decelerated for the longest period since 2008.

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Downtown Montreal Is Considering Restricting Airbnb And Other Short Term Rentals

Montreal’s Ville-Marie borough (Downtown and Old Montreal) will be voting today on new regulations that may substantially reduce the number of short term rental allowed to operate in the city centre. The proposed rules stipulate that “tourism residences” will not be allowed within 150 meters of each other, between Guy and Amherst streets along the St Catherine strip.

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This article, Top Stories This Week – June 22, 2018, appeared first on Shupilov News. 


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