In Quebec City, the number of properties for sale is falling while price increases accelerate

Quebec City Real Estate Market

Residential Sales – September 2020
Residential Sales – September 2020
Residential Sales – September 2020

QUEBEC CITY, Oct. 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers (QPAREB) has just released its most recent residential real estate market statistics for the Montreal Census Metropolitan Area (CMA), based on the real estate brokers’ Centris provincial database.

In total, 943 residential sales transactions were concluded in September 2020 in the Quebec City CMA, a spectacular increase of 72 per cent compared to September of last year. This was also the strongest increase in sales ever recorded for the region, all periods combined.

“Active listings of single-family homes have fallen by almost half in the past 12 months in a context where the number of transactions has seen historic growth. The Quebec City market has therefore gone from a slow recovery mode to one of accelerated growth in all

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Quebec Duplex and Triplex for sale

  • 427-431 RUE SAINT-MATHIAS, Saint-Sauveur for sale

    $299,999

    Saint-Sauveur

    427-431 RUE SAINT-MATHIAS

    Duplex for sale –…

  • 229-230-233, rue du Maçon, St-Jérôme (St-Jérôme) for sale

    $780,000

    St-Jérôme (St-Jérôme)

    229-230-233, rue du Maçon

    Triplex for sale – Semi detached triplex for sale, possibility to buy both triplexes
     – 2017…

  • 1029-1031-1033, rue Saint-Luc, Magog for sale

    $124,900

    Magog

    1029-1031-1033, rue Saint-Luc

    Triplex for sale –…

  • 1531 RUE DE BRUYERES, Terrebonne (La Plaine) for sale

    $285,000

    Terrebonne (La Plaine)

    1531 RUE DE BRUYERES

    Duplex for sale –…

  • 4626-4630 rue Marquette, Le Plateau-Mont-Royal for sale

    $1,295,000

    Le Plateau-Mont-Royal

    4626-4630 rue Marquette

    Triplex for sale – Wonderful renovated Triplex located in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal on…

  • South Side - 14 rue Hormidas-Dupuis, Gatineau (Hull) for sale

    $485,000

    Gatineau (Hull)

    14 rue Hormidas-Dupuis

    Triplex for sale – This charming 1963 bungalow is a classic and is well located in Val Tétrault…

  • Buildings - 4155-4161, rue des Patriotes, Trois-Rivières (Trois-Rivières-Ouest) for sale

    $478,000

    Trois-Rivières (Trois-Rivières-Ouest)

    4155-4161, rue des Patriotes

    Quadruplex for sale –…

  • 6310-6312, rue Louis-Hémon, Rosemont / La Petite Patrie for sale

    $874,900

    Rosemont / La Petite Patrie

    6310-6312, rue Louis-Hémon

    Duplex for sale –…

  • 1630-1632, rue Dunant, Sherbrooke (Mont-Bellevue) for sale

    $339,000

    Sherbrooke (Mont-Bellevue)

    1630-1632, rue Dunant

    Quadruplex for sale –…

  • A-B-C-D-971 RUE BOISSY, St-Lambert for sale

    $830,000

    St-Lambert

    A-B-C-D-971 RUE BOISSY

    Quadruplex for sale –…

  • Summer Front - 4-6 rue des Perce Neige, St-Roch-De-L'Achigan for sale

    $1,720,000

    St-Roch-De-L’Achigan

    4-6 rue des Perce Neige

    6

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Quebec reports 896 new COVID-19 cases as staff member at LTC home tests positive

MONTREAL—A staff member at a private long-term care home in suburban Montreal where dozens of residents died during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has tested positive for the disease, the local health agency said Sunday as Quebec reported its highest single-day total of COVID-19 cases since May.

Hélène Bergeron-Gamache, a spokeswoman for the CIUSSS-Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal, said the agency was informed Saturday morning that a staff member at Résidence Herron tested positive for COVID-19.

Eleven residents who had been in contact with that person have been tested for COVID-19 and are now self-isolating in their rooms, Bergeron-Gamache said in an email.

Three other staff members who were in contact with the infected person have also been tested and are in self-isolation as they wait for their test results, she said.

Thirty-eight people died at Résidence Herron between March 26 and April 16, according to a Quebec government report released Wednesday.

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