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Montreal basks in 'Goldilocks' status as Toronto housing cools

Demand in Canada's second-largest city has heated up enough to put Montreal home prices on track to rise 6% this year

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The average selling price of a detached home in Toronto rose 24 per cent last month from a year earlier to C$1.2 million. That followed a 30 per cent increase in March.

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WHILE the once-soaring housing markets in Toronto and Vancouver are showing signs of cooling, Montreal is just getting started.

Demand in Canada's second-largest city has heated up enough to put Montreal-area home prices on track to rise 6 per cent this year, the biggest

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