Dear readers, welcome back to Lease Biters, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Montreal neighbourhoods. This week on Lease Biters, I would like to talk to you about apartments and coffee...
Mesdames et messieurs, fiers propriétaires de condos et vendeurs trop ambitieux, le marché de condos montréalais est maintenant un marché d’acheteurs. Laissez votre fierté de côté, mangez un morceau de tarte d’humilité et soyons réalistes. Nous ne sommes plus en 2010. Il ne s’agit plus d’un marché de vendeurs. L’époque d’une offre faible où les acheteurs étaient prêts à payer le gros prix est maintenant révolue
Ladies and gents, proud condo owners and overly ambitious sellers, Montreal’s condo market is now a buyer’s market. Leave your pride aside, eat a piece of humble pie and let’s get real. This is no longer 2010. This is no longer a seller’s market. This is no longer a time where supply was low and buyers paid top dollars to get their hands on that one perfect condo
I thought it would be fun to assemble a collection of some of the funniest real estate pictures I came across while searching for the perfect house in the Plateau. This collection certainly proves that real estate is from far being a boring business! What really boggles my mind is how some real estate brokers out there post such pictures – and some of these are actually million dollar listings
Believe it or not, we are only 36 days away from the official first day of spring! You know what that means? If you have plans to buy a condo before the summer, it’s time to shake off those winter blues and get on the real estate bandwagon
Rue Saint-Paul is a prime example of what makes Old Montreal so special. As an OP resident I am definitely guilty of my undying devotion to this area and many young professionals still dream of calling this lovable street home. For those who do, here are some wicked deals Saint-Paul has to offer
In the past year, you have surely noticed that tons of new construction projects are going up in and around downtown Montreal, and though prices may seem relatively reasonable at first glance, living spaces of 400 square feet simply are not. Are there any decent condos out there for $300,000 that are not the size of a shoe box? The answer is yes!
Dear readers, welcome back to Lease Biters! The New Year is here, 2013 has quickly kicked us back into reality, and for me and my fellow colleagues, it’s also back to realty. During this first (and bloody cold!) week of January, I have been bombarded by many of you seeking rentals. I applaud you for not waiting until June 15th to begin your search for a flat
Dear readers, welcome back to Realty Bites! A few weeks ago, I wrote a column that explored what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various Montreal neighbourhoods. Given the number of Tweets and Facebook likes generated by that article, I decided that once a month I would dedicate my column solely to hot rental listings. That being said, I present to you: Lease Biters