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14 April 2021

It Is a Wonder Why the Vaudreuil-Soulanges Area Has Been Left Out in the REM Extension Project

Plans are underway for the extension of the light rail transit (LRT) system in Montreal that will cost CAD 10-billion, contribute about $6.3 billion to the GDP of Quebec and create 60,000 jobs during its six-year construction timeline. The Reseau express metropolitain (REM) de l’Est will add 36 kilometers of elevated tracks and 23 new stations. The REM will run from downtown Montreal and will split into two distinct lines that will connect with different boroughs in the east and northeast.

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04 April 2021

Top 7 Reasons Why You Should Tap into Your Home’s Equity

Home equity refers to a portion of your home that has been paid off. It is usually the difference between the total worth of your home and the amount you still owe on the mortgage. The accumulated equity in your home is one of the best ways to get the cash that you need to carry out renovations or improve your financial position. Furthermore, this money can be borrowed at a very low-interest rate, which is good news for any homeowner.

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19 March 2021

Tough Times for Aspiring Budget Property Buyers in the Vaudreuil-Soulanges Region

The Vaudreuil-Soulanges region is experiencing a boom in its real estate industry. Despite the current pandemic and the uncertainty in the economy, the residential market in the Vaudreuil-Soulanges area has experienced a 62% increase in property transactions. Many real estate professionals believe that the current situation has made the market favorable to property sellers. However, this has significantly affected those who are on

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04 March 2021

The 2021 Housing Market Will Experience Bidding Wars Owing to the Low Housing Supply

In 2021, you should expect home prices to rise rapidly in Canada as the low supply of property forces most buyers into fierce bidding wars. This is according to RBC Senior Economist Robert Hogue as he shares the recently published bank’s 2021 housing market outlook. The primary reason for the low housing supply is attributed to the pre-pandemic housing demand across major regional markets and most provinces.

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