3 Sep

Doyle: Selling or refinancing? Don’t wait to get your certificate of location

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Posted by: Frederic Pichette

“Pre-COVID, a standard certificate of location would take three to six weeks to obtain. My client just ordered a new one Monday for a future listing — the surveyor said it’ll be ready mid to late December.” — West Island real estate broker Author of the article: Briana Doyle  •  Special to the Montreal Gazette Publishing date: […]

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3 Aug

Could Montreal be Canada’s next real estate investor favourite?

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Posted by: Frederic Pichette

Expect demand to surge when international travel opens up again. Author of the article: Briana Doyle  •  Special to the Montreal Gazette Publishing date: Aug 03, 2021  •  13 hours ago  •  3 minute read  •   Join the conversation It looks like the real estate buying frenzy may finally be starting to calm down a little. While homes in Montreal are still selling much […]

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7 Jul

Greater Montreal real estate market remains a hot sellers’ market with demand high and supply low

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Posted by: Frederic Pichette

Daniel J. RoweCTV News Montreal Digital Reporter @DanielJRowe42 Contact Published Tuesday, July 6, 2021 5:26PM EDTLast Updated Tuesday, July 6, 2021 5:27PM EDT MONTREAL — Soaring prices and shortage of single-family units have caused Montreal-area real estate sales to drop in the month of June. The Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers (QPAREB) released its […]

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2 Jun

Owning a cottage is becoming a pipe dream, even for Canada’s wealthy

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Posted by: Frederic Pichette

Vacation spots only the “one per cent of the one per cent” can afford. Author of the article: Bianca Bharti Publishing date: May 27, 2021  •  4 days ago  •  3 minute read  •   Join the conversation The mayor of the Township of Muskoka Lakes, Ont., one of the country’s most popular summer retreats, said the property market in his town has become […]

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11 May

One-third of Quebec homeowners are thinking about moving to the country: poll

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Posted by: Frederic Pichette

Nearly 40% of homeowners think the suburbs might the place for them, while only 25% say they’d buy in the city. Author of the article: Montreal Gazette Publishing date: May 10, 2021  •  11 hours ago  •  2 minute read  •   Join the conversation A semiannual survey of Quebec residents’ plans to buy or sell their homes has found that nearly 40 […]

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6 Apr

Experts split on when, or if, Montreal’s skyrocketing real estate prices will come back to earth

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Posted by: Frederic Pichette

Rob Lurie CTV News Montreal Videojournalist @RLurieCTVContact Published Sunday, March 21, 2021 4:55AM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, March 23, 2021 4:45PM EDT MONTREAL — Earlier this month, a Senneville home that was built in 1865 by former prime minister Sir John Abbott sold for $8 million, making it the most expensive house sold on the Island […]

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9 Mar

Montreal residential real estate sales fall for first time in six years

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Posted by: Frederic Pichette

The Canadian PressStaff Published Tuesday, March 2, 2021 7:39PM EST MONTREAL — Residential sales in metropolitan Montreal fell in February for the first time in six years as transactions plunged outside Quebec’s largest city. The Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers says the number of sales decreased three per cent from a year earlier […]

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