Amid an exodus from the city and soaring prices, the real estate market can feel a bit bewildering right now. Thankfully, this Montreal metro map is here to help prospective homebuyers navigate their real estate journey through the city.

The map, created by Via Capitale du Mont-Royal real estate agent Charlyse Amoussou and her team, shows the median 2020 condo price in the area around all 68 metro stations.

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Amoussou told MTL Blog that she created the map by compiling the prices of all condos sold within one kilometre of each station between January and December 2020.

Charlyse Amoussou | LinkedIn

Maps of each line also show the price of the most and least expensive condo sold around the stations in the same time period.

Charlyse Amoussou | LinkedIn

"I worked hard to figure it all out but I'm glad I did it," Amoussou wrote alongside the maps in a LinkedIn post, which has received over 8,200 reactions as of the time of writing.

Charlyse Amoussou | LinkedIn

The maps are a cross-section of the Montreal real estate market, showing condo prices that vary wildly through the city and its immediate suburbs.

Charlyse Amoussou | LinkedIn

Looking for a condo near Édouard-Montpetit station? The median price there was almost $870,000.

For a better deal, the maps suggest you might consider the neighbourhood around Laval's De La Concorde station, where the median price was just $247,000.

Those looking for a different kind of property, like a single-family home or plex, should keep an eye on Amoussou's social media pages. The real estate agent has released other maps and hinted at more content to come.