Everywhere you look in Montreal there are condos popping up. And most of the time, you'll see them listed between $250,000 and $500,000. 

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But the bright side of having so many new condos, is the fact that you can now find some pretty great ones, in desireable locations, for 150,000 or less. 

You just have to know where to look. 

Amati

Griffintown

Starting at: $131,100

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Cité Signature

Ahuntsic

Starting at: $120,800

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L'Alcôve sur le Woonerf

Saint-Henri

Starting at: $134,900

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21e arrondissement Phase 3

Old Montreal

Starting at: $118,000

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Avenue 32

Lachine

Starting at: 147,000 $

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Lowney sur Ville Phase 4

Griffintown

Starting at: $140,000

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Octave

The Village

Starting at: $154,900

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Otto Condo

Rosemont

Starting at: $150,000

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Le Nuvo

Saint-Michel

Starting at: $154,000

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Mont-Joli Phase 6

Montreal-Nord

Starting at: $153,344

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Les Cours du Plateau Marieanne

Plateau Mont-Royal

Starting at: $150,000

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U-Condos Phase 2

Mile-Ex

Starting at: $152,100

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Le Jardinier

Hochelaga Maisonneuve

Starting at: $157,442

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Le LDV

Saint-Michel

Starting at: $153,345

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Ray Condos

Villeray

Starting at: $149,900

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Vida

Lasalle

Starting at: $149,000

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Quartier Rivard

Plateau Mont Royal

Starting at: $159,900

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