As millennials continue to be priced out of many urban housing markets across the Greater Toronto Area, Montreal is becoming an affordable haven for younger buyers, but the wide selection and relatively low prices won’t last forever.
If you’re reading this and live in Canada, apparently there’s a pretty good chance you live by yourself. This has got me thinking about the upcoming federal election and the state of our country’s housing markets.
A recent article in the Montreal Gazette caught our eye because it referenced how “Some condo towers in Toronto now include indoor playgrounds, and even maker spaces where kids (and adults) can work on arts and crafts.” The writer says this is “genius.”
According to the Metropolitan Outlook: Autumn 2018 report by the Conference Board of Canada, Montréal is the metropolitan growth leader in Canada this year. What does this mean for the city’s housing market?
According to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), based on data released by Statistics Canada, foreign homeownership (or non-residents ownership) in Canada remained low and stable in 2017.
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Newinhomes.com recently had the opportunity to meet Chris Markovic, the Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, DUNDEE 360 Real Estate Corporation.
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