Montreal Market Data

Montreal Market Forcast  2023: Trends, Statistics And Potential Opportunities   photo by ®Bonnie Meisels   The Montreal market forcast for 2023 will depend on mostly two things, the state of interest rates and inventory. It feels like it was only a few months ago that I was writing the Montreal market forcast for 2022, I honestly don't know where this year has gone as it feels as if time flew by so fast, especially the last six months! As we all know inflation, evidenced by the price of gas, food, and continuos rising interest rates, continue to put a huge strain on people.  The question...

Best Performing Sectors Of The Real Estate Market    The best performing sectors of the real estate market reveal a strong and growing industrial property market. Revenue property is also maintaining high demand. Sales across the residential sector have slowed with the advent of increasing interest rate hikes. More inventory is coming on the market but we'll have to keep an eye on how things continue to unfold. Commercial real estate has to adjust to changes in a post covid world.  Check out the PWC report on commercial trends. https://www.pwc.com/ca/en/industries/real-estate/emerging-trends-in-real-estate-2021/commercial-property-outlook.html   Read the PWC report   "In the office today, at home tomorrow: The impact of a hybrid...

WHAT'S HAPPENING ON THE LOCAL MONTREAL REAL ESTATE FRONT Since I'm back in Montreal, it seems like we're getting some of that rain that other parts of the world are most desparate for. Temperatures have ranged from 22 to 28 degrees celcius with most mornings being on the cool side. It's hard to believe that the end of summer is upon us, it's so short lived that time feels fleeting. While I was away, the Bank of Canada in July, enacted another huge interest rate hike of 1%. Of course the rising of rates is going to effect the amount of buyers...

Where Do We Go From Here - A Market Snapshot   Where Do We Go From Here - A Market Snapshot takes stock of where we find ourselves mid year of 2022. With the steady rise of interest rates and possibly more on the horizon, we are starting to glimpse the repercussions. Price inflation on everything from gas to food, combined with hampered supply chains due to Covid, have created a self escalating effect. The question remains as to whether efforts by the central banks to tame inflation, will eventually go too far, causing the economy into deep contraction and/or recession. Housing...

On Kindness And The Real Estate Outlook in 2022   On kindness. I honestly find it hard to believe that we’re already in January of a new year. 2021 felt like it lasted 6 months rather than 12, or maybe that’s because so much of our time in the first half of the year was spent in curfew, lockdown and the zoom form of human contact. The one silver lining in my case, is my husband and I got to spend more quality face time with 2 of our kids who spent more time at home. Gary Vaynerchuk has been recently espousing the...

The Best Food In Montreal And November Real Estate Performance The best food in Montreal and November real estate performance has the list for Montreal's best eateries in 2021!  Enjoy discovering the winners. https://montreal.eater.com/2021/12/8/22821720/2021-eater-awards-winners-montreal-best-new-restaurants Montreal is one of the best cities as far as food goes! This city enjoys a global reputation for it's awesome and diverse cuisine. Enjoy this awesome documentary Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown | Quebec & Canada | S01 E04 | Reel Truth Documentaries https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OpXNS5G7fo On another note, here are the highlights on November's market data via Centris: "Demand is Still Strong in the Montreal CMA Despite Lack of Choice and High Prices" “In the...

What does the Canadian Housing Market Look Like in 2022?   What does the Canadian Housing Market Look Like in 2022?  Here are the market highlights and data via CREA (The Canadian Real Estate Association):   HIGHLIGHTS National home sales rose 8.6% on a month-over-month basis in October. Actual (not seasonally adjusted) monthly activity was down 11.5% on a year-over-year basis. The number of newly listed properties climbed by 3.2% from September to October. The MLS® Home Price Index (MLS® HPI) rose 2.7% month-over-month and was up 23.4% year-over-year. The actual (not seasonally adjusted) national average sale price posted an 18.2% year-over-year gain in...

Questions vs Possible Solutions for a Greener Planet & the Latest Market News Questions vs Possible Solutions for a Greener Planet & Latest Market News is about trying to actively find answers to some big problems. I don't know about you, but I'm so tired of people bringing up and/or discussing all the environmental problems the planet faces right now, without at least suggesting some possible solutions. At a recent conference I attended I learned about a new initiative in Barcelona that plans to provide free solar panels to it's population. This is part of a public - private partnership. " Barcelona...

Montreal's Latest Real Estate Housing Data   Montreal's latest real estate housing data by neighborhood, housing category, days on market, average sale price and inventory levels from January to April 30th 2021.   Each neighborhood in Montreal is a universe unto itself. There really isn't a single housing market in the city. If you peer under the hood you'll discover that each area is a micro neighborhood with it's own market data. Even buildings that are side by side one other in an area like Griffintown can have a completely different market and real estate story happening within. Condos are best analyzed via the...

12 Charts About Canadian Housing That Will Make You Go WTF 12 Charts About Canadian Housing That Will Make You Go WTF - article by Huffington Post. Although Canada has never built as many condos, RBC who created many of the charts here are not concerned as there's still a housing shortage in Toronto and Vancouver where a lot of the construction is concentrated. In contrast single family home construction is near record multi year lows attributed to the lack of space in Toronto and Vancouver as illustrated in the RBC chart below. This short supply may help explain why single-family home...

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