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204, 680 Ch. du Bord-du-Lac-Lakeshore

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Mls: MT9159687
Address: 204, 680 Ch. du Bord-du-Lac-Lakeshore, H9S2B8, Canada
Total rooms: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1

Modern 2 Bedroom condo, but used as 1 BDRM, in Dorval. Close to many amenities, Pharmacy, bakeries, grocery stores, PE Trudeau airport and a 2 minute drive to highway 20. 2013 construction built with quality materials: engineered wood flooring throughout, and quartz countertops. Turn key condo, perfect for first time buyers and retirees alike!

 

A glance at home prices across Canada: third quarter of 2016

According to the Royal LePage House Price Survey*, Canada’s residential real estate market continued to grow in the third quarter of 2016, posting a 12.0 per cent year-over-year aggregate house price increase to $545,414. The price of a two-storey home rose 13.7 per cent year-over-year to $649,635, and the price of a bungalow increased 11.0 per cent to $459,481. During the same period, the price of a condominium increased 5.8 per cent to $360,679.

“Across Canada, our real estate markets remain healthy, with home values showing modest to strong (yet rational) price appreciation in almost every Canadian city,” said Phil Soper, president and chief executive officer, Royal LePage. “Even in the hardest hit oil patch regions, prices have held up well, with small single-digit declines, year-over-year.”

On October 3, 2016, Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced new measures specifically designed to cool the country’s housing market and curtail foreign buying activity. These measures are meant to bring consistency to mortgage insurance rules by standardizing eligibility for high- and low-ratio insured mortgages, expanding stress tests, and improving tax fairness by removing the ability of non-residents to claim capital gain exemptions, which are only applicable to properties identified as principal residences.

“Consumer confidence suffered a direct hit when the federal government introduced new, more restrictive regulations in early October,” said Soper. “While it is too early to say definitively, it appears Canadian homebuyers are adjusting quickly, and that fears of a hard correction were unwarranted. While the changes are significant, major lenders may already be using similar criteria when writing mortgages in sensitive regions like Alberta and B.C., so the additional drag on the market resulting from the new legislation won’t be as great as it appears on the surface.”

To view the chart with aggregated regions and markets visit royallepage.ca/houseprices.

For more information see royallepage.ca/mediaroom.