Canadas New Hot Housing Market Is Montreal

It’s Official Canada’s New Hot Housing Market Is Montreal

It’s Official Canada’s New Hot Housing Market Is Montreal

Canada’s New Hot Housing Market Is Montreal! With the cooling of Toronto’s housing market since the imposed 15% tax on foreign buyers, and the days of never ending price increases in Vancouver now well behind us, Montreal has picked up the slack.  Montreal posted a 15% increase in sales in May 2017 over this same month last year.  Prices, while expected to rise only by 1%, in fact rose by 6%. There is quite a lot of interest from foreign buyers who have fallen in love with our beautiful city and like the idea of having a vacation home or pied–à–terre.

According to the Montreal Gazette, salaries are rising faster in Quebec than any other province. This also helps establish a hot housing market in Quebec.

Salary increases in Quebec the highest in Canada: survey

A survey conducted by one of Canada’s largest benefits firms says salaries in Quebec will rise more than those in any other province in 2018. Wages are rising faster in Quebec than in any other province, and Quebec is expected to continue leading the country in 2018, according to a survey conducted by the Toronto-based human resources company Morneau Shepell.

Most importantly, it’s important to note that Montreal remains considerably more affordable than Toronto or Vancouver. “The median price of a single-family home rose to $319,000 in May, a fraction of the $1.1-million average price recorded last month in Toronto, and the $1.56-million benchmark price in Vancouver.”

To read the full article on the Huffington Post click on the article below;

Canada’s New Hot Housing Market Is .. Montreal

With Toronto’s housing market showing signs of cooling, and Vancouver’s days of heady price increases now well behind it, a new top dog is emerging in Canada’s real estate market: Montreal. The city posted record-high sales in May, jumping 15 per cent from the same month a year ago, according to data released Tuesday by the Greater Montreal Real Estate Board.

Chart Via Huffington Post

Here’s a peek at Crea’s National Sales Stats For Canada:

Creas Residential Market Forcast By Province

Chart Via Crea


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