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Montreal homes for sale that cost less than $500,000 are very few and far between, and with Montreal home prices jumping (yet again) it can often seem impossible to find something both spacious and affordable.

Well, this townhouse for sale in Montreal-Est is not only roomy, spanning a total of nearly 2,000 square feet, but it's hella affordable, too.

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Many of the most affordable real estate options are still — * feigns shock * — off-island. Exo train maps detailing Montreal-area home prices show that while mainland prices have largely risen in recent years, many communities have still seen homes sell at a fraction of the cost compared to Montreal's priciest neighbourhoods.

The maps, compiled by local real estate broker Charlyse Amoussou using Centris data, show median three-bedroom home sale prices around every exo station in 2020, 2021 and the first quarter of 2022.

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The cost of Montreal homes for sale has jumped significantly, making house hunting a daunting experience, especially when %0.31 of properties for sale in the 514 are listed below $200,000. Yikes!

Well, if you're looking for a new home, an investment property or a new project, there are definitely some steals in Montreal, many of which are for sale for less than $500,000. Although that's still quite costly, finding something for any less is seemingly impossible in today's market.

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Condos in Montreal have been a hot commodity in the last few years, considering that starter houses are now extremely costly and some millennials are now financially secure enough to buy a first home.

Anyone who's been in Dorval recently can tell you that new condominium developments are sprouting up along the lakeshore like weeds — and yet condo prices remain competitive compared to other housing types, according to a recent Statistics Canada report.

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Surprise, surprise — Montreal rent prices continue to soar.

According to liv.rent's May 2022 Montreal Rent Report, besides the slight drop we witnessed in March, the average prices for Montreal apartments for rent just keep on going up, especially in certain neighbourhoods.

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With luxury home sales on the rise, it's no shock that this Quebec home for sale is currently on the market. Located only 45 minutes outside of Montreal, this stunning Rosemère condominium is the perfect combination of both modern and rustic that give off the ultimate Hogwarts castle vibes.

The two-bedroom and two-and-a-half-bath property spans nearly, 2,300 square feet and will cost you a mere $1,145,000 — but can you really put a price tag on a home as mystical as this one? Especially considering it's located in the reputable Le Manoir Bleury-Bouthillier.

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Those imposing grey stone façades of Old Montreal conceal countless abodes with all the charm of the colonial/early industrial neighbourhood — exposed brick and wood beams, views out into the maze of local alleyways — and the comfort of modern amenities. Many of those homes have ridiculous price tags as a result. But this condo for sale in Montreal's historic core strikes a rare balance: antique architectural appeal and, given the neighbourhood, a ~relatively~ reasonable cost.

Hitting the market at $499,500, the home is considerably less expensive than its exorbitantly priced neighbours — at least for now. It's not hard to imagine a bidding war driving up the cost.

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Remote work means Montrealers can look beyond their increasingly expensive island for real estate opportunities — and they'll quickly see how much more space their money can buy. The farther you look from Quebec's largest urban centres, the bigger homes for sale get.

Below are 32 examples of homes on the market for around $400,000 in 11 different cities in the province. This list is meant to provide examples for prospective homebuyers and not to offer a representative sample of properties at this price point (crafty homeowners may, for example, list their homes lower than the expected sale price in hopes of spurring a bidding war).

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With Montreal luxury home sales on the rise, it comes as no surprise that more and more people are trying to get their hands on some prime real estate. Well, this lavish Montreal condo is now up for grabs, and it's quite an impressive property.

Located at the crossroads of Quartier des Spectacles and Old Montreal, this loft-style home is veiled in a building that is over 100 years old. However, the interior is as modern as it gets.

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With Montreal luxury home sales on the rise, we're diving into some of the city's most stunning properties on the market, including this Westmount estate that is giving us serious Gossip Girl vibes. The home is for sale through Martin Rouleau and Engel & Völkers and costs a whopping $7,500,000 — which wouldn't be much for Blair Waldorf or Serena van der Woodsen.

Located in "the flats" a very sought-after area in Westmount, this 5,400 square foot home is described as the perfect combination of traditional elegance and modern comfort, and we couldn't agree more.

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There's no denying the magic of Montreal, but sometimes the hustle and bustle of city life is enough for someone to just want to up and move to the countryside. Well, it seems as if this might be the ideal chalet-style home to do just that. Located only an hour outside of Montreal, this Bromont property offers you the perfect escape surrounded by nature for $2,450,000.

The four-bedroom and three-bathroom home is for sale through Martin Rouleau and Engel & Völkers and sits on a whopping 88,000-square-foot lot. The architectural masterpiece is the ultimate modern-day log cabin that allows you to take in the fresh crisp air and sounds of the nearby river.

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In the market for a home? This stunning estate will only cost you a whopping $35 million! With Montreal luxury home sales on the rise, we're taking you inside Montreal's most expensive home on the market right now. Located right between Westmount and the Downtown region, this remarkable home will totally knock your socks off.

When it comes to the crème de la crème of Montreal luxury real estate, this property is nothing short of extraordinary. It's currently listed by Joseph Montanaro and spans nearly 13,000 square feet with anything and everything you would need.

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