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:
Best Montreal Suburbs For Real Estate
With property prices rising in Montreal’s Downtown core, many first time buyers and families are shifting their property search to the inner suburbs. Buyers who don’t mind the commute can find spacious single family homes in Laval and the South Shore for the price of a Downtown condo.
Moneysense recently ranked Montreal’s inner suburban neighbourhoods according to value, momentum, and realtor score. Here is a summary of their findings:
How Will Cities Look In The Future?
As cities grow, the real estate industry faces a number of emerging shifts in urban planning which will define the way people interact with their lived environments. Rethinking the cities of tomorrow in the light of sustainability and community building allows urban planners to create resilient places, where people can live in harmony with the natural ecosystem and with each other.
Zoocasa Housing Sentiments And Trends Report – 2018
Zoocasa’s 2018 Housing Trends Report looks at aspirations and obstacles surrounding homeownership, amidst rising property prices and interest rates.
The survey garnered responses from 1,431 Canadian respondents in March 2018.
Quebec’s Vacation Home Market Skyrocketed In 2017, With Record Sales
It looks like Quebec’s vacation home market is heating up! QFREB’s latest data sourced from the Centris® database cites a 5% jump in vacation property transactions between 2016 and 2017, which is a new sales record. This is the fourth consecutive annual increase, after a slump in 2013. In total, 3,921 properties were sold in 2017 across the six administrative regions of Quebec.
GMREB April 2018: Montreal Is Canada’s Next Hot Housing Market
The Greater Montreal Real Estate Board (GMREB) released its April residential real estate report today, based on statistics from the Centris provincial database.
The most recent statistics record 5,432 residential sales in April 2018, which is 10% higher than April of last year. This is the best April since 2010, and Montreal’s 38th consecutive monthly increase in sales.
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