Montreal’s top neighbourhoods

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Montreal’s market continues to be hot, even after last year’s mortgage regulation changes, which were introduced to slow activity in Canada’s hotter real estate markets. By the end of the first two months in 2017, sales of $1-millon+ homes had increased in Montreal by 13% and the trend doesn’t seem to be stopping. Not surprising, property prices increased most on the Island of Montreal, which is why we were excited to see a suburban island neighbourhood make it to the top of our ranking this year.

While average prices in Pointe-Claire can be twice as much as homes in surrounding north or south shore communities, this gem may just be the answer for commuters who want to avoid bridge and tunnel commuting. As in previous years, our ranking found good, solid value in downtown neighbourhoods as well as in commuter communities on both the south and the north shore. For those in the market to buy, the key right now is to find a neighbourhood that can withstand a potential correction in this hot housing market.

Montreal at a glance…

City Top 25
Average Neighbourhood Price $386,454 $396,774
Median $314,010 $314,010
Max $1,607,439 $1,218,582
Min $188,084 $188,084
Below $500K 76% 92%
Average 1-year return 3.0% 5.1%
Average 3-year return 6.1% 9.3%
Average 5-year return 11.9% 15.5%
Realtor grade (out of 5) ★★★ ★★★½

Montreal’s top five neighbourhoods

1. Pointe-Claire (2 : Ouest de l’île sud)

This is simply the “heart of Montreal west,” explains Peter Rawski, realtor with Londono Group. While a suburb of Montreal, this neighbourhood is still on the island which makes it a popular community for commuters, particularly those with families who want a little outdoor space and a larger home to call their own. While most homes are two-storey, there are bungalows and other housing types, such as condos. One big attraction is the revitalization project that was approved last year for the village centre on Cartier Avenue. While the history of the three-century-old village will be maintained, the revitalization will update recreational and commercial facilities to meet the growing community needs.

2. Mont-Royal (12 : Centre)     

Despite the high average home price Mont-Royal is still considered a jewel in Montreal’s downtown, says Rawski. “Many come to this neighbourhood while going to university and then never leave.” That’s because this is a community that’s close to downtown, with easy access to students (to help you lease that mortgage helper). As for location, the large urban Parc du Mont-Royal is a big plus, and the homes are often quite large. If they are lucky, buyers might find a semi (also known as a side-by-side) for around half a million.

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3. Brossard (39 : Brossard/Saint-Lambert) 

Just across the Champlain bridge is the community of Brossard. Almost 80,000 people live in this community with a range of ethnic backgrounds. One reason for its popularity is the more accessible price point, due in large part to the overwhelming number of semi-detached houses in this community. Almost half (44%) of the housing stock is classified as a semi, while less than a third of the dwellings are made up of low-rise apartment buildings where units are sold much like condos.

Residents are well serviced here: Much of the south shore’s commercial and retail space is located in the Brossard community. “This neighbourhood is undervalued by many investors,” says Rawski. “Yet, it has a number of housing options, including new development, and it’s only a 10- or 15-minute commute to downtown.”

4. Les Coteaux (35 : Soulanges sud)

Located on the North Shore, Les Coteaux is often considered by local Montrealers as not being part of the city. But as more and more families and buyers look for larger homes, this municipality just over the Mgr Langlois Bridge is looking more and more appealing. A somewhat dated but solid four-bedroom will cost less than a condo in the city centre. That’s appealing to families who want enough space for two cars, a backyard and a chance to get out of an urban setting.

5. Gore (33 : Saint-Jérôme)      

Further north from Les Coteaux is Gore—the urban equivalent of Barrie, Ont. to Toronto, explains Rawski. While the average price point for homes—which sits at less than $200,000 for a single-family detached home—is one draw to this community, so are the mountains. Gore sits at the foothills of the Laurentian Mountains and is only an hour’s drive to Mont-Tremblant, one of the biggest ski resorts in Quebec. For those who love the outdoor lifestyle and don’t mind a commute, Gore offers good deals in real estate.

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    Rank Neighbourhood Area Average price Average price vs. area Average price vs. metro district Average price vs. greater city area Value 1-year price change 3-year price change 5-year price change Momentum Realtor grade
    1 Pointe-Claire 2 : Ouest de l’île sud $418,405 83.8% 75.9% 115.4%    9.60% 17.58% 20.4%    ★★★★
    2 Mont-Royal 12 : Centre $1,218,582 92.0% 221.2% 336.0%    14.37% 21.85% 18.1%    ★★★★
    3 Brossard 39 : Brossard/Saint-Lambert $399,351 93.1% 122.8% 110.1%    4.10% 10.68% 16.1%    ★★★★
    4 Les Coteaux 35 : Soulanges sud $215,527 90.9% 68.0% 59.4%    6.30% 5.87% 18.3%    ★★★
    5 Gore 33 : Saint-Jérôme $188,084 84.1% 69.1% 51.9%    -2.01% 14.36% 19.0%    ★★★
    6 Saint-Mathias-sur-Richelieu 46 : Chambly $274,035 83.4% 84.3% 75.6%    4.12% 21.72% 18.0%    ★★½
    7 Vaudreuil-Dorion – Secteur Dorion 33 : Vaudreuil-Dorion $273,318 88.0% 86.2% 75.4%    2.26% 9.45% 7.7%    ★★★★
    8 Le Sud-Ouest 5 : Le Sud-Ouest $483,431 100.2% 87.7% 133.3%    13.94% 14.99% 39.0%    ★★★½
    9 Hampstead 10 : Centre $1,104,633 83.4% 200.5% 304.6%    14.22% 11.29% 11.0%    ★★★½
    10 Richelieu 45 : Chambly $268,860 81.8% 82.7% 74.1%    4.97% 3.33% 17.0%    ★★½
    11 Vaudreuil-Dorion – Secteur Vaudreuil Ouest 35 : Saint-Lazare/Hudson $321,252 84.2% 101.3% 88.6%    2.85% -7.08% 13.7%    ★★★★
    12 Pierrefonds-Roxboro 3 : Ouest de l’île nord $358,519 83.5% 65.1% 98.8%    3.61% 8.14% 9.2%    ★★★
    13 Pincourt 34 : Île-Perrot $309,926 100.9% 97.7% 85.4%    13.03% 9.97% 12.3%    ★★★★
    14 Lachine 4 : Lachine/LaSalle $383,539 95.4% 69.6% 105.7%    3.96% 8.26% 10.8%    ★★★½
    15 Verdun 4 : Le Sud-Ouest $478,949 99.3% 86.9% 132.0%    7.85% 9.06% 24.9%    ★★★
    16 Pointe-Calumet 26 : Ouest de la Rive-Nord $196,789 78.5% 72.3% 54.3%    -4.19% 8.83% 18.8%    ★★
    17 Rosemont/La Petite-Patrie 12 : Rosemont $490,102 100.0% 89.0% 135.1%    3.49% 7.11% 22.5%    ★★★
    18 Vaudreuil-Dorion – Secteur est 36 : Vaudreuil-Dorion $305,141 98.3% 96.2% 84.1%    0.49% 5.39% 9.8%    ★★★★½
    19 Chambly 47 : Chambly $314,010 95.6% 96.6% 86.6%    3.93% 6.64% 13.6%    ★★★
    20 Greenfield Park 40 : Vieux-Longueuil $281,158 90.5% 86.5% 77.5%    -0.99% 2.42% 9.7%    ★★★★
    21 La Plaine 29 : Terrebonne $220,372 82.3% 81.0% 60.8%    3.54% 7.45% 8.9%    ★★½
    22 Deux-Montagnes 24 : Ouest de la Rive-Nord $240,080 95.7% 88.3% 66.2%    5.58% 7.91% 15.0%    ★★½
    23 L’Île-Perrot 32 : Île-Perrot $272,368 88.7% 85.9% 75.1%    -0.25% 4.57% 4.4%    ★★★★
    24 Sainte-Dorothée 19 : Sainte-Dorothée $414,145 96.0% 124.3% 114.2%    0.70% 5.38% 11.4%    ★★★★
    25 Candiac 39 : Candiac/La Prairie $488,794 114.6% 150.3% 134.8%    10.83% 16.50% 18.5%    ★★★★

Correction: A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Gore is south of Les Coteaux. We have fixed the error. 

 

 

Rank Neighbourhood Area Average price Average price vs. area Average price vs. metro district Average price vs. greater city area Value 1-year price change 3-year price change 5-year price change Momentum Realtor grade
1 Pointe-Claire 2 : Ouest de l’île sud $418,405 83.8% 75.9% 115.4%    9.60% 17.58% 20.4%    ★★★★
2 Mont-Royal 12 : Centre $1,218,582 92.0% 221.2% 336.0%    14.37% 21.85% 18.1%    ★★★★
3 Brossard 39 : Brossard/Saint-Lambert $399,351 93.1% 122.8% 110.1%    4.10% 10.68% 16.1%    ★★★★
4 Les Coteaux 35 : Soulanges sud $215,527 90.9% 68.0% 59.4%    6.30% 5.87% 18.3%    ★★★
5 Gore 33 : Saint-Jérôme $188,084 84.1% 69.1% 51.9%    -2.01% 14.36% 19.0%    ★★★
6 Saint-Mathias-sur-Richelieu 46 : Chambly $274,035 83.4% 84.3% 75.6%    4.12% 21.72% 18.0%    ★★½
7 Vaudreuil-Dorion – Secteur Dorion 33 : Vaudreuil-Dorion $273,318 88.0% 86.2% 75.4%    2.26% 9.45% 7.7%    ★★★★
8 Le Sud-Ouest 5 : Le Sud-Ouest $483,431 100.2% 87.7% 133.3%    13.94% 14.99% 39.0%    ★★★½
9 Hampstead 10 : Centre $1,104,633 83.4% 200.5% 304.6%    14.22% 11.29% 11.0%    ★★★½
10 Richelieu 45 : Chambly $268,860 81.8% 82.7% 74.1%    4.97% 3.33% 17.0%    ★★½
11 Vaudreuil-Dorion – Secteur Vaudreuil Ouest 35 : Saint-Lazare/Hudson $321,252 84.2% 101.3% 88.6%    2.85% -7.08% 13.7%    ★★★★
12 Pierrefonds-Roxboro 3 : Ouest de l’île nord $358,519 83.5% 65.1% 98.8%    3.61% 8.14% 9.2%    ★★★
13 Pincourt 34 : Île-Perrot $309,926 100.9% 97.7% 85.4%    13.03% 9.97% 12.3%    ★★★★
14 Lachine 4 : Lachine/LaSalle $383,539 95.4% 69.6% 105.7%    3.96% 8.26% 10.8%    ★★★½
15 Verdun 4 : Le Sud-Ouest $478,949 99.3% 86.9% 132.0%    7.85% 9.06% 24.9%    ★★★
16 Pointe-Calumet 26 : Ouest de la Rive-Nord $196,789 78.5% 72.3% 54.3%    -4.19% 8.83% 18.8%    ★★
17 Rosemont/La Petite-Patrie 12 : Rosemont $490,102 100.0% 89.0% 135.1%    3.49% 7.11% 22.5%    ★★★
18 Vaudreuil-Dorion – Secteur est 36 : Vaudreuil-Dorion $305,141 98.3% 96.2% 84.1%    0.49% 5.39% 9.8%    ★★★★½
19 Chambly 47 : Chambly $314,010 95.6% 96.6% 86.6%    3.93% 6.64% 13.6%    ★★★
20 Greenfield Park 40 : Vieux-Longueuil $281,158 90.5% 86.5% 77.5%    -0.99% 2.42% 9.7%    ★★★★
21 La Plaine 29 : Terrebonne $220,372 82.3% 81.0% 60.8%    3.54% 7.45% 8.9%    ★★½
22 Deux-Montagnes 24 : Ouest de la Rive-Nord $240,080 95.7% 88.3% 66.2%    5.58% 7.91% 15.0%    ★★½
23 L’Île-Perrot 32 : Île-Perrot $272,368 88.7% 85.9% 75.1%    -0.25% 4.57% 4.4%    ★★★★
24 Sainte-Dorothée 19 : Sainte-Dorothée $414,145 96.0% 124.3% 114.2%    0.70% 5.38% 11.4%    ★★★★
25 Candiac 39 : Candiac/La Prairie $488,794 114.6% 150.3% 134.8%    10.83% 16.50% 18.5%    ★★★★
26 Île-des-Soeurs 9 : Île-des-Sœurs $912,514 100.0% 165.6% 251.6%    7.87% 13.90% 10.5%    ★★★★
27 Villeray/Saint-Michel/Parc-Extension 13 : Villeray $363,923 100.0% 66.1% 100.3%    0.88% 8.99% 17.6%    ★★★
28 Saint-Amable 44 : Sainte-Julie/Varennes $233,708 78.0% 71.9% 64.4%    1.47% 2.02% 14.5%    ★★
29 Pont-Viau 19 : Centre-Ville de Laval $288,036 87.5% 86.5% 79.4%    7.90% -0.72% 8.8%    ★★★
30 Sainte-Rose 19 : Sainte-Rose/Auteuil/Vimont $340,495 102.4% 102.2% 93.9%    5.72% 8.64% 14.9%    ★★★½
31 Outremont 11 : Centre $1,434,100 108.3% 260.3% 395.4%    6.81% 7.27% 26.1%    ★★★★
32 Saint-Hubert 41 : Saint-Hubert $280,427 100.0% 86.2% 77.3%    2.42% 5.73% 13.8%    ★★★
33 Dorval 1 : Ouest de l’île sud $368,316 73.8% 66.9% 101.5%    -14.47% -5.83% 3.9%    ★★★★
34 La Prairie 38 : Candiac/La Prairie $340,696 79.8% 104.8% 93.9%    -2.50% 6.65% 4.2%    ★★★½
35 Chomedey 17 : Centre-Ville de Laval $336,813 102.3% 101.1% 92.9%    2.60% 3.11% 15.1%    ★★★★
36 Laval-Ouest 21 : Fabreville $235,566 84.3% 70.7% 64.9%    -0.69% -0.48% 5.3%    ★★★½
37 Mirabel 24 : Mirabel $284,401 100.0% 104.5% 78.4%    6.18% 9.29% 15.8%    ★★½
38 Beaconsfield 3 : Ouest de l’île sud $605,283 121.2% 109.9% 166.9%    8.71% 16.67% 18.8%    ★★★½
39 Beauharnois 40 : Châteauguay $200,688 85.9% 61.7% 55.3%    3.35% 8.12% 4.8%    ★★½
40 Saint-Lambert 40 : Brossard/Saint-Lambert $586,455 136.7% 180.4% 161.7%    7.33% 12.57% 18.8%    ★★★★
41 L’Épiphanie (City) 32 : Est de la Rive-Nord $208,025 94.4% 76.5% 57.4%    0.25% 3.54% 16.7%    ★★½
42 Dollard-Des Ormeaux 4 : Ouest de l’île nord $445,497 103.7% 80.9% 122.8%    3.09% 9.58% 9.7%    ★★★★
43 Le Plateau-Mont-Royal 11 : Le Plateau-Mont-Royal $727,082 100.0% 132.0% 200.5%    -3.27% 2.72% 24.7%    ★★★½
44 Le Gardeur 30 : Repentigny $250,040 89.9% 91.9% 68.9%    1.39% 4.99% 10.0%    ★★★
45 Mercier/Hochelaga-Maisonneuve 14 : Mercier/Hochelaga-Maisonneuve $343,398 100.0% 62.3% 94.7%    5.21% 3.43% 14.3%    ★★★
46 Côte-Saint-Luc 7 : CDN/NDG/CSL $574,710 86.5% 104.3% 158.5%    7.22% -0.50% 11.5%    ★★½
47 Les Cèdres 37 : Soulanges sud $224,492 94.7% 70.8% 61.9%    -9.42% 2.26% 11.0%    ★★★
48 Ahuntsic-Cartierville 6 : Ahuntsic $538,320 100.0% 97.7% 148.4%    6.84% 7.10% 9.4%    ★★★½
49 L’Île-Bizard/Sainte-Geneviève 5 : Ouest de l’île nord $470,321 109.5% 85.4% 129.7%    16.99% 7.10% 21.2%    ★★★
50 Fabreville 22 : Fabreville $290,999 104.1% 87.4% 80.2%    -0.21% 4.82% 13.7%    ★★★½
51 Westmount 8 : Centre $1,607,439 121.4% 291.8% 443.2%    3.38% 14.17% 20.7%    ★★★½
52 Bois-des-Filion 30 : Terrebonne $270,815 101.1% 99.5% 74.7%    14.80% 4.60% 15.2%    ★★½
53 Saint-Vincent-de-Paul 22 : Saint-François/Saint-Vincent $329,173 119.4% 98.8% 90.8%    9.64% 11.47% 23.7%    ★★½
54 Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines 31 : Terrebonne $202,496 75.6% 74.4% 55.8%    -4.06% 2.79% 7.3%    ★★½
55 Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville 42: Boucherville/Saint-Bruno $427,665 103.8% 131.5% 117.9%    5.18% 4.53% 14.1%    ★★★½
56 Lavaltrie 34 : Est de la Rive-Nord $201,955 91.6% 74.2% 55.7%    1.34% 2.51% 10.7%    ★★½
57 Côte-des-Neiges/Notre-Dame-de-Grâce 8 : CDN/NDG/CSL $709,881 106.8% 128.9% 195.7%    3.55% 9.00% 15.0%    ★★★½
58 Laval-des-Rapides 18 : Centre-Ville de Laval $325,202 98.8% 97.6% 89.7%    3.62% 8.02% 13.2%    ★★½
59 Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot 33 : Île-Perrot $347,921 113.3% 109.7% 95.9%    3.20% 3.91% 12.1%    ★★★★
60 Saint-Constant 41 : Sud-ouest de la Rive-Sud $283,740 105.8% 87.3% 78.2%    1.04% 9.49% 12.8%    ★★★
61 Duvernay 20 : Duvernay $389,233 100.0% 116.8% 107.3%    5.00% 3.05% 10.3%    ★★★½
62 Anjou 15 : Anjou/Saint-Léonard $373,799 94.1% 67.8% 103.1%    -0.21% 2.17% 9.0%    ★★★
63 Ville-Marie 10 : Ville-Marie $992,019 100.0% 180.1% 273.5%    -14.55% 22.45% 6.8%    ★★★★
64 Montréal-Ouest 9 : Centre $619,887 46.8% 112.5% 170.9%    2.25% -4.09% -0.6%    ★★★½
65 Mascouche 28 : Mascouche $280,467 100.0% 103.1% 77.3%    3.56% 5.40% 13.7%    ★★½
66 Saint-François 23 : Saint-François/Saint-Vincent $253,060 91.8% 76.0% 69.8%    5.74% 4.18% 8.4%    ★★
67 LaSalle 3 : Lachine/LaSalle $430,033 107.0% 78.1% 118.6%    1.14% 3.73% 15.5%    ★★★
68 Auteuil 20 : Sainte-Rose/Auteuil/Vimont $327,773 98.5% 98.4% 90.4%    -3.55% 5.04% 13.1%    ★★★
69 Saint-Zotique 34 : Soulanges sud $240,217 101.3% 75.8% 66.2%    1.19% 4.55% 13.3%    ★★★
70 Kirkland 2 : Ouest de l’île nord $528,284 123.0% 95.9% 145.7%    8.91% 10.24% 10.7%    ★★★½
71 Delson 39 : Sud-ouest de la Rive-Sud $259,283 96.7% 79.8% 71.5%    0.42% 5.62% 9.0%    ★★½
72 Beloeil 48 : Beloeil/Mont-Saint-Hilaire $276,447 89.7% 85.0% 76.2%    0.88% 2.04% 5.7%    ★★★
73 Le Vieux-Longueuil 41 : Vieux-Longueuil $316,128 101.8% 97.2% 87.2%    2.79% 2.44% 6.5%    ★★★★
74 Verchères 46 : Sainte-Julie/Varennes $288,846 96.5% 88.8% 79.6%    14.19% 3.18% 1.4%    ★★★
75 Saint-Basile-le-Grand 44 : Beloeil/Mont-Saint-Hilaire $301,511 97.8% 92.7% 83.1%    3.46% 7.13% 6.5%    ★★★
76 Repentigny 31 : Repentigny $289,706 104.2% 106.5% 79.9%    5.38% 4.08% 11.5%    ★★★
77 Varennes 45 : Sainte-Julie/Varennes $315,304 105.3% 97.0% 86.9%    6.38% 10.04% 10.4%    ★★★
78 Sainte-Catherine 40 : Sud-ouest de la Rive-Sud $261,098 97.3% 80.3% 72.0%    2.65% 4.89% 7.9%    ★★½
79 Sainte-Julie 43 : Sainte-Julie/Varennes $340,966 113.9% 104.9% 94.0%    4.34% 8.28% 15.2%    ★★★
80 Boucherville 42: Boucherville/Saint-Bruno $393,196 95.5% 120.9% 108.4%    -0.39% 8.43% 3.6%    ★★★
81 Saint-Philippe 38 : Sud-ouest de la Rive-Sud $259,587 96.8% 79.8% 71.6%    2.09% 13.02% 9.4%    ★★
82 Saint-Jérôme 32 : Saint-Jérôme $222,125 99.4% 81.6% 61.2%    3.28% 4.68% 9.5%    ★★½
83 Vimont 21 : Sainte-Rose/Auteuil/Vimont $327,076 98.3% 98.2% 90.2%    3.43% 3.39% 4.7%    ★★★
84 Sainte-Thérèse 26 : Boisbriand/Sainte-Thérèse $273,818 96.6% 100.7% 75.5%    -0.55% 4.44% 9.6%    ★★½
85 Hudson 36 : Saint-Lazare/Hudson $466,014 122.2% 147.0% 128.5%    -5.76% 6.02% 26.5%    ★★★
86 Saint-Laurent 5 : Saint-Laurent $543,194 100.0% 98.6% 149.8%    2.94% -0.82% 1.2%    ★★★½
87 Terrebonne 28 : Terrebonne $291,190 108.7% 107.0% 80.3%    2.89% 2.65% 11.6%    ★★★
88 Otterburn Park 46 : Beloeil/Mont-Saint-Hilaire $281,491 91.3% 86.6% 77.6%    -1.23% 4.22% 9.6%    ★★
89 Saint-Eustache 23 : Ouest de la Rive-Nord $263,551 105.1% 96.9% 72.7%    2.86% 3.82% 10.1%    ★★★
90 L’Assomption 31 : Est de la Rive-Nord $235,699 106.9% 86.6% 65.0%    6.69% 2.44% 12.3%    ★★½
91 Blainville 26 : Blainville $359,731 98.1% 132.2% 99.2%    -1.02% -0.80% 7.3%    ★★★½
92 Coteau-du-Lac 36 : Soulanges sud $263,794 111.3% 83.2% 72.7%    1.26% -4.63% 9.1%    ★★★½
93 Lorraine 28 : Blainville $352,543 96.1% 129.6% 97.2%    -8.37% -13.02% 4.0%    ★★★½
94 Boisbriand 25 : Boisbriand/Sainte-Thérèse $290,801 102.6% 106.9% 80.2%    2.28% 3.30% 8.4%    ★★★
95 Saint-Joseph-du-Lac 27 : Ouest de la Rive-Nord $294,445 117.4% 108.2% 81.2%    14.33% 8.98% 26.0%    ★½
96 Saint-Lazare 37 : Saint-Lazare/Hudson $367,290 96.3% 115.8% 101.3%    -4.23% -1.19% 2.8%    ★★★½
97 Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac 25 : Ouest de la Rive-Nord $250,812 100.0% 92.2% 69.2%    -4.72% 8.04% 11.8%    ★★
98 Rivière-des-Prairies/Pointe-aux-Trembles 18 : Pointe est de l’île $297,836 100.8% 54.1% 82.1%    0.88% 2.40% 7.9%    ★★½
99 Montréal-Nord 17 : Pointe est de l’île $287,700 97.4% 52.2% 79.3%    -2.06% -2.08% 9.8%    ★★
100 Carignan 48 : Chambly $405,088 123.3% 124.6% 111.7%    6.58% 10.97% 13.5%    ★★
101 Châteauguay 38 : Châteauguay $227,206 97.2% 69.9% 62.6%    -0.32% -1.21% 1.4%    ★★
102 Rosemère 27 : Blainville $403,962 110.2% 148.5% 111.4%    -1.79% -0.19% 8.3%    ★★★½
103 Lachenaie 27 : Terrebonne $308,626 115.2% 113.4% 85.1%    -2.89% 1.50% 11.2%    ★★★
104 Mercier 37 : Châteauguay $267,762 114.6% 82.4% 73.8%    4.25% 7.10% 6.4%    ★★
105 Saint-Colomban 31 : Saint-Jérôme $233,836 104.6% 86.0% 64.5%    2.04% -1.80% 2.7%    ★★½
106 Baie-d’Urfé 4 : Ouest de l’île sud $676,169 135.4% 122.7% 186.4%    8.87% 7.61% 1.9%    ★★★
107 Saint-Léonard 16 : Anjou/Saint-Léonard $433,261 109.1% 78.6% 119.5%    -6.41% -4.97% 6.4%    ★★★
108 Mont-Saint-Hilaire 47 : Beloeil/Mont-Saint-Hilaire $382,503 124.1% 117.6% 105.5%    -2.16% 7.48% 5.7%    ★½

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