Condos

Condo sales lead Montreal real estate activity

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Condo sales lead record activity in Montreal

Montreal claimed a record month for residential sales this August thanks in large part to a sharp uptick in condo transactions.
CondoRBC

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Report: Condos a harder sell for Canadian renters

It's becoming harder for renting Canadians to make a move to condos. This is according to an RBC housing report that indicates the high price of single-family housing is driving demand for condos and creating intense affordability pressures.
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Addressing common complaints for condo gyms

When it comes to condominium amenities, one of the first things residents expect is a well-equipped, spacious, well-maintained gym.
Line 5 condos

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Reserve, Westdale to launch Line 5 Condos in Toronto

Reserve Properties and Westdale Properties have announced their joint venture, Line 5 Condos, which is set to rise at Yonge and Eglinton in Toronto.
M2M Condos

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Plans revealed for North York’s M2M Condos

Aoyuan Property Group is set to transform a dated shopping plaza and parking lot in North York into a mixed-use community.
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Home prices expected to climb 2.5 per cent in 2018

RE/MAX recently released its 2018 Housing Market Outlook, which identifies which housing market trends we are expected to see in 2018.
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Foreign buyers investing in newer condos: CMHC

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) has released a new Housing Market Insights (HMI) report focusing on foreign ownership in Canada’s housing markets, a topic
Toronto Condos

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Outlook strong for Canadian condos: RE/MAX

According to the latest Housing Market Outlook Report from RE/MAX, the Canadian condominium market is expected to remain strong and healthy in 2015. Throughout 2014, “condominiums continued to grow their share of the market in many regions,” the report stated. As such, a lack of affordable single-family homes in areas such as Toronto and Vancouver, made condos an attractive option for first-time homeowners and young families.