Top 25 Montreal neighbourhoods to buy in

Best in the city for relative affordability and growth potential

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8 comments on “Top 25 Montreal neighbourhoods to buy in

  1. How can anyone take any information you give seriously, when you can’t even give the proper location of an area that is Southshore and say it’s Northshore. And indicate Plateau Mont-Royal as Montreal ( see picture showing Laurier Street sign).

    Research looks like it was made using the staff of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine

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    • The Greater Montreal Real Estate Board — the organization that provided all area designations and data — does not separate North and South Shore. That is why South Shore communities are under North Shore district.
      Romana

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      • Greater Montreal Real Estate Board (at http://www.gmreb.qc.ca) SEPARATES North Shore and South Shore in their reports, maps, price data, etc.

        Should not you just admit/correct the mistakes (e.g., listing South Shore’s Brossard as being on North Shore), rather than making up an excuse? Or have somebody from Montreal quickly proofread the final product before publishing it …

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  2. some of the Towns you have listed as being on the North shore are actually located on the South Shore.

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    • Hi Gail,
      Thanks for pointing that out. We don’t actually decide on the regions/districts. This decision (and grouping) was determined by the Greater Montreal Real Estate Board.
      Romana

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  3. Many errors. North Shore and South Shore. Totally different areas. Secondly, your number 1 place is Gore..90 km from downtown Montreal. Gore is cottage country, not a Montreal neighbourhood.
    You also quote Mont-Royal and quote Plateau Mont Royal. They are one and the same.

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    • Gore is an absolutely beautiful little town close to ski hills and all amenities

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  4. It seem that your research is not very robust and based statistics alone. Almost half of your included neibourhoods aren’t really considered by most and at that good ones get a rating of ” B ” , and the unknown bad ones get sometimes an ” A “. Where do you come with these conclusions. If your home average price is a million dollars and next to downtown , how could you end up with rating of ” B “, more like an ” A ”
    Looks like your report lacks proper editing from a competent real estate agency who actually knows the city of Montreal.
    Some great places have not even been mentioned, which is a shame.
    You keep going to far away from the city core, and that is always the piviting point of any real estate review. Thats the info that you want.
    You have some nice places, but to few of them.

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