Real Estate Brokerage Service.

Our properties are listed on CENTRIS, MLS and REALTOR.

We are members of the OACIQ & the Real Estate Chamber of Montreal (CIGM) regrouping a network of about 11 000 real estate brokers collaborators. 



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Our expertise in real estate appraisals can ensure our customers' best interest with optimal results. Our reports are conform to the standings and expectations of The Quebec Chartered Board of Appraiser's Association.



We offer exceptional conditions for the real estate brokers who wish to join a real estate agency recognized for the quality of it's offered services. Contact us to obtain more details concerning our unique concept.


1026 Mont-Royal E. #203

Plateau Mont-Royal MONTREAL H2J 1X6

12940 Gouin W.

Pierrefonds MONTREAL H8Z 1W8


Real-estate plans of young Quebecers on hold because of COVID-19: poll


Just as they bore the brunt of the economic fallout of the pandemic, young Quebecers are finding themselves affected far more than their elders when it comes to buying or selling a home during the COVID-19 outbreak, a survey made public Tuesday suggests. Nearly a third of younger respondents (31 per cent), said the health crisis had made them decide to delay the purchase of a new home.

On the other hand, respondents 55 and older are less affected. Only 17 per cent said the pandemic was a factor in their real estate plans while 39 per cent said they would not sell their homes or would wait at least five years until doing so.

The only thing Canadians are optimistic about right now is the housing market


Confidence in the Canadian housing market continues to boom, even as officials grapple with a resurgence of COVID-19 that’s slowing the economy, telephone polling shows.

Some 45 per cent of respondents in a weekly survey by Nanos Research Group believe the value of real estate in their neighbourhood will increase over the next six months, the highest reading since mid-March, when mass shutdowns were imposed to control the coronavirus outbreak. At the same time, only 13 per cent believe values will decrease, the smallest reading over the same period.

Montreal real-estate prices to rise in 2021: forecast


It looks like Montreal will continue to be a seller’s market for the foreseeable future.

After the COVID-19 pandemic began last spring, many economists predicted it would take the wind out of the sails of Canada’s real-estate industry. Yet a new forecast released Monday suggests prices in Montreal might not fall after all — in fact, they could reach new heights next year.

According to the Royal LePage Market Survey Forecast, it seems it will continue to be a seller’s market for the foreseeable future. In 2021, the aggregate price of a home in Greater Montreal is expected to increase six per cent year-over-year to $514,900. The median price of a standard two-storey home could rise seven per cent to $656,200, while the median price of a condominium is forecast to increase 3.75 per cent to $382,600.