ABOUT THE REGION
The Bas-Saint-Laurent region stretches out along the St. Lawrence River, from La Pocatière to Sainte-Luce-sur-Mer, and dives into the hinterland all the way to New Brunswick. The unique geographic position of Bas-Saint-Laurent explains the region’s diverse and spectacular landscapes: ocean, plains, islands, mountains and valleys. The dual presence of land and sea contributes to the richness of activities and culinary delights. Cruises, marine interpretation activities and nautical sports are great ways to explore the sea. The hinterlands, for their part, offer outdoor or recreational tourism centres, hiking and, of course, winter sports such as snowmobiling and dog sledding. Tantilize your taste buds with the many terroir products that will please the finest of palates: chocolate, cheese and delights from the sea. An excursion to Parc national du Bic will allow the visitor to appreciate even more the splendour and rich natural beauty of Bas-Saint-Laurent. Grandiose panoramas, aquatic birds and seals all contribute to make a visit to the area an out-of-the-ordinary experience. Finally, don’t hesitate to get on your bike! The Parc linéaire Interprovincial Petit Témis (Petit Témis Interprovincial Linear Park) goes across the Rivière-du-Loup region all the way into New Brunswick. The 130 km (81 mi) trail is a great way to discover places inaccessible by car.
THE REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT MARKET
According to the Abitibi-Témiscamingue Real Estate Board, more than 1,200 single-family homes were sold in the region in 2017 for an average value of $ 191,000, an increase over the previous year. The strength of the mining sector and the low unemployment rate are the main factors that have contributed to the strong demand for residences in the region. We even fear a shortage of residences in 2019-2020! (Source: Radio-Canada: The real estate market continues to grow in Abitibi-Témiscamingue)
In this context, the property resale market is flourishing in the long term. However, the course is not free of fluctuations likely to confuse the buyers as the inexperienced salesmen. One quarter up and one down: when should I buy? when to sell To sell a property in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, as everywhere in Quebec requires a plan, an expertise and effective means of promotion.
CHOOSING YOUR REAL ESTATE AGENCY
To succeed in a profitable real estate transaction, it is recommended to partner with a solid and credible real estate agency, which will offer you the best operating conditions. Vendirect.ca currently offers the best real estate offer to property sellers and, consequently, buyers.
For the sellers, you will be able to take advantage of our 4 programs ensuring the best tools to promote and sell your property. Here are two of the main benefits you will enjoy:
You will be able to benefit from all the services of a real estate broker, but will pay only 1% commission if you find the buyer.
You will be able to negotiate your commission rate: if your broker or a collaborating broker finds the buyer, a commission rate determined at the signing of the brokerage contract will be allocated to them.
For more information, click on this link: Sell my property.
For buyers, doing business with a duly accredited real estate broker ensures:
To be protected by the Québec Real Estate Brokerage Act, which protects sellers and buyers against the risks of errors and their consequences.
Get immediate assistance in finding a property to relocate.
You will find below a link to the property or properties for sale in the locality or municipality of your choice.
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Région de Montréal
Partout au Québec
(Lundi au vendredi de 9h à 17h)
3055 boul. St-Martin Ouest. 5e étage
LAVAL (Qc) H7T 0J3
(Centropolis : entre avenue Pierre-Péladeau et boul. Daniel-Johnson)