Property assessment: major increases in values ​​in Montreal

ÉLand Valuation: Major Value Increases in Montreal


The property assessment roll is a complex exercise that establishes on what basis each property owner on the island of Montreal will be taxed over the next three years. The growth recorded this year is major and varies, among other things, according to the type of building and the district in which it is located. This map shows the assessment increases applied to the residential housing stock of the 19 boroughs and 16 municipalities of the Montréal agglomeration. Also included is the new average residential property value, for each territory.

ÉLand Valuation: Major Value Increases in Montreal

ÉProperty valuation: major value increases in Montreal

ÉLand Valuation: Major Value Increases in Montreal

The ABCs of Property Assessment 

  • Filed every three years, the assessment roll presents the value of the residential, commercial and industrial real estate stock of the 19 Montreal boroughs and the 16 cities on the island of Montreal, including Montreal .
  • It claims to reflect the state of the market, as it stood on July 1, 2021, i.e. 18 months before its entry into force. The role presented yesterday will enter into force on January 1, 2023 and will serve as the tax base until December 31, 2025.
  • A significant increase in property values ​​does not necessarily result in a comparable increase in the tax bill. The latter depends above all on the tax rate that elected officials will choose to apply. Yesterday, the president of the Montreal executive committee indicated that it will be disclosed in November. 
  • In total, the value of the 502,789 buildings listed on the 2023-2024-2025 rolls of the agglomeration reached $526.3 billion, an increase in the tax base of $141.8 billion since its previous role (2020-21-22).
  • All property assessment rolls (even those of your neighbours!) can be viewed online.

Average for Montreal*

  • Single Family $722,700
  • Condo $484,900

*excluding demerged cities

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