Open House! Beautiful Mile End Condo on Waverly

$615,000
5381 Waverly Street, Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, QC

Located in the heart of the mile end, minutes walk from restaurants, shops, Mont-Royal and parc avenue. This second-floor condo has an incredible layout bright open concept living with a completely renovated kitchen and spa-like bathroom. The double living room with exposed brick offers a gracious entertaining area. This space can easily be converted into an additional bedroom or den.

2 bright and sunny balconies, one in the front for your morning coffee and one off the kitchen for barbequing or a nice glass of wine. The charm and luxury of this unit will not disappoint.

 

OPEN HOUSE THIS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9 FROM 2-4pm

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New Listing & Open House! 2 Bedroom Mile End Condo

$615,000
5381 Waverly Street, Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, QC

Located in the heart of the mile end, minutes walk from restaurants, shops, Mont-Royal and parc avenue. This second-floor condo has an incredible layout bright open concept living with a completely renovated kitchen and spa-like bathroom. The double living room with exposed brick offers a gracious entertaining area. This space can easily be converted into an additional bedroom or den.

2 bright and sunny balconies, one in the front for your morning coffee and one off the kitchen for barbequing or a nice glass of wine. The charm and luxury of this unit will not disappoint.

 

OPEN HOUSE THIS SUNDAY, JANUARY 26 FROM 2-4pm

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Sold! Tour des Canadiens Phase 1 Condo

SOLD
1288 Av. des Canadiens-de-Montréal #1811, Ville-Marie

Stunning 1 bedroom + den condo in one of the most sought after buildings in downtown Montreal. Breathtaking views & high-end finishings. Luxury amenities & incredible location with easy access to metro, the Bell Center and steps away from the heart of downtown Montreal.

 

Contact us for all of your Tour des Canadiens
Phase 1, 2 & 3 needs!

Whether you’re looking to buy, sell, or simply have questions about your home and the current Montreal market, we look forward to hearing from you.

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New Listing! Condo in Old Port Historical Building

$998,000
291 Rue le la Commune O. #35, Ville-Marie

Incredible location and stunning south port view. Located in Jardin d’Youville, this prestigious two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo with original charm and renovated features will please the buyer looking for the authentic old Montreal experience. Garage parking, locker and a common rooftop terrace with panoramic views of old Montreal.

Located on de la Commune O., near bike paths, Montreal’s top restaurants, cafes, boutiques, historical sites, and beach. A short walk to square Victoria metro and easy access to Victoria bridge.

 

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Price Reduction! 2-Storey Downtown Unit

$699,000

1258 Rue Saint-Mathieu #3

Steps away from the action of downtown Montreal and all services at your finger tips, this 2 bedroom condo is a dream for anyone that enjoys entertaining. Two large bedrooms on the first floor adjacent to a large kitchen and dining room. On the second floor, a sun filled loft perfect for hosting. A bar and powder room and two private patios off the living area offer spectacular views of Montreal and Mount-Royal.

 

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Montreal Remains a Seller’s Market Heading into 2020

 

Just when we thought the market couldn’t shine any brighter, the stats continue to prove us wrong and show that the real estate market will outshine all of the holiday lights this season!

When compared to November of 2018, we saw a 13% increase in home sales with a total of 4084 transactions, according to the Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers (QPAREB). To go into more detail; condo sales had a huge increase of 21%, single-family home sales rose 11%, and plex sales had a 4% increase.

 

Areas with the most significant rise in sales transactions this past month:

Vaudreuil-Soulanges: 48%
Saint-Jean sur Richelieu: 41%
Laval: 21%
South Shore: 16%
North Shore: 9%
Island of Montreal: 7%

Low inventory means higher prices! It is interesting to note that sales continued to rise despite the diminished supply of homes for sale. Inventory was down 22% from November 2018.

 

In just the last year alone, we have seen higher prices across the board:

Montréal-area single-family median home prices up by 6%
Median condo prices up by 9%
Median plex prices up by 11%

 

What are your 2020 real estate goals?

As the New Year approaches, it will be important for homeowners and buyers to consider the quick sales turnover speed that we’re experiencing. Properties are selling quickly, with this past month’s statistics being relatively unprecedented since 2004. Whether you have questions about your home or if you’d like to discuss your next move, I look forward to hearing from you.

 

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Open House! Sunday Dec 8 from 2-4pm

$449,000

 

Steps away from Saint-Catherine street and the heart of Downtown with all its services at your finger tips, 2 bedroom unit with exposed brick and 2 private balconies. Great layout with one bedroom off the living room and the other adjacent to a large kitchen and separate dining room.

 

 

$729,000

1258 Rue Saint-Mathieu #3

 

Steps away from the action of downtown Montreal and all services at your finger tips, this 2 bedroom condo is a dream for anyone that enjoys entertaining. Two large bedrooms on the first floor adjacent to a large kitchen and dining room. On the second floor, a sun filled loft perfect for hosting. A bar and powder room and two private patios off the living area offer spectacular views of Montreal and Mount-Royal.

 

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Great Investment Opportunities!

 

Great Investment Opportunities!

In close proximity to the city’s universities, these 4 properties are not to be missed.

 

 

$729,000

1258 Rue St-Mathieu #3, Ville-Marie

Steps away from the action of downtown Montreal and all services, this 2 bed, 2-storey condo is a dream for anyone that enjoys entertaining. Parking included.

 

Upstairs living space

$449,000

1258 Rue St-Mathieu #2, Ville-Marie

Steps away from Saint-Catherine street and the heart of Downtown with all its services at your finger tips, 2 bedroom unit with exposed brick and 2 private balconies.

 

$425,000

405 Rue de la Concorde, Ville-Marie #710

Le Peterson is perfect for anyone looking to be in the heart of Quartier des spectacles in a one of a kind building.

 

$279,000

3300 Ave Troie #203, Côte-des-Neiges

This studio unit features large windows, high ceilings and perfect for student living. Onyx is a contemporary 10 story building with numerous amenities.

 

 

 

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Protect Your Investment! How to winterize your home

 

As temperatures begin to dip (drastically), your home will require maintenance to keep it in optimum shape throughout the season. From the furnace to the gutters to the landscaping—and many places in between—winterizing helps protect your investment while keeping you comfortable. You can take many steps to winterize your home.

 

1. Furnace Inspection

Your first order of business is to call a professional to inspect your furnace and clean ducts. It’s also a good idea to stock up on furnace filters and change them monthly. If your home is heated by a hot-water radiator, bleed the valves by opening them slightly and when water appears, close them. Remember to remove all flammable material from the area surrounding your furnace.

2. Check the Exterior, Doors, and Windows

This step is critical for your health and safety. Inspect the exterior for crevice cracks and exposed entry points around pipes; seal them. Use weatherstripping around doors to prevent cold air from entering the home, and caulk windows. If your home has a basement, consider protecting its window wells by covering them with plastic shields. Remove summer screens.

3. Inspect Roof, Gutters, and Downspouts

Adding extra insulation to the attic will prevent warm air from creeping to your roof and causing ice dams. Check flashing to ensure water can’t enter your home. Consider replacing worn roof shingles or tiles. Make sure to keep receipts for the resell of your home. Clean out the gutters and use a hose to spray water down the downspouts to clear away debris.

4. Service Weather-Specific Equipment

These measures help you keep tools ready when you will inevitably need them. Service or tune-up snow blowers. Replace worn rakes and snow shovels. Sharpen ice choppers and buy bags of ice-melt or sand. For equipment that you use in the other seasons, like a lawn mower, make sure to drain the gas to avoid rust.

5. Check Foundations 

Rake away all debris and edible vegetation from the foundation. Seal up entry points or cracks to keep small animals from crawling under and into the house. Mice can slip through space as thin as a dime. Secure crawlspace entrances.

6. Prevent Plumbing Freezes

Locate your water main in the event you need to shut it off in an emergency. Drain all garden hoses. Insulate exposed plumbing pipes. Drain air conditioner pipes, and if your AC has a water shut-off valve, turn it off. If you go on vacation, leave the heat on, set to at least +14 degrees.

7. Prepare Landscaping and Outdoor Surfaces

Trim trees if branches hang too close to the house or electrical wires. Seal driveways, brick patios, and wood decks. Remember to move sensitive potted plants indoors or to a sheltered area. You can also plan ahead for spring. Plant spring flower bulbs and lift bulbs that cannot winter over, such as dahlias, in areas where the ground freezes.

8. Prepare an Emergency Kit 

Predicting a long winter. Buy indoor candles and matches or a lighter for use during a power outage. Buy a battery backup to protect your computer and sensitive electronic equipment. Store extra bottled water and non-perishable food supplies (including pet food, if you have a pet), blankets, and a first-aid kit in a dry and easy-to-access location.

Now, not only are you prepared but you’ve also unknowingly covered all the important bases as you should every year to maintain your home and ultimately your investment!

Article courtesy of The Balance.

 

What are your real estate goals for the new year? Whether you have questions about your home or if you’d like to discuss your next move, I look forward to hearing from you.

 

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