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Living in the city is great and the suburbs can be lovely, but sometimes what you really need is a little bit of the great outdoors in your own backyard. Luckily for you, there are plenty of fixer-uppers and recently renovated chalets sprinkled across the Quebec countryside within an hour and a half's drive from Montreal that you could invest in today with less than $200,000.

With costs of living rising in the city and wages stagnating across the country, investing in a cheap starter home is more difficult but also more enticing than ever before. Rather than pay your salary towards high-cost city groceries, consider putting that money toward a cute chalet in the Laurentides!

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What Canada's second-tier cities lack in glamour they make for in affordability. Of Canada's three largest cities, only Montreal makes it onto a new ranking of the top 10 most affordable cities in Canada for first-time homebuyers.

The ranking, by Alberta-based real estate platform Edmonton Homes, is based on an evaluation of average home prices, property taxes and energy costs compared to median incomes. The platform quantified these metrics and gave each city a score out of 60.

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Montreal is home to some pretty stellar luxury real estate and this Dorval castle is certainly no exception. The massive estate is nothing short of a miniature Hogwarts — so if you're into witches, wizards and warlocks, this property will certainly appeal to you. And if you aren't...well, who doesn't like taking a peek inside a castle?

Located just 20 minutes from downtown, this 5-storey chateau spans 34,000 square feet and has remarkable views of Lac St-Louis. While the waterfront location is undoubtedly breathtaking, the property itself may require some getting used to — as does its price point. Did we mention it's nearly $20 million?

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When it comes to buying a home in Montreal, it's safe to say you need a significant amount of wealth to secure anything worthwhile. So you might be tempted to look outside of the city centre for your first property, considering how much cheaper homes are when you're in the middle of nowhere. Ok, maybe not in the middle of nowhere, but not in Montreal.

If you're willing to relocate for the sake of getting your foot into the world of real estate, then there are a decent number of properties across the province that are cute, quaint but most importantly, cheap-ish.

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Montreal is home to some exquisite real estate and with luxury homes selling like hot cakes, this remarkable penthouse might not be on the market for too long.

The unit is located in Outremont, right beside Mont-Royal — basically making it real estate platinum. And while its location is certainly remarkable, the historic building it lies within is what truly makes it a one-of-a-kind spot.

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When it comes to finding a Montreal home for sale that you both love and can afford, you're in for a rough ride.

While the housing prices in the 514 have skyrocketed, patient real estate sleuths can still find some hidden gems out there, including this semi-detached home for sale for $450,000.

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Looking for a home to buy? Considering home prices in Montreal have jumped, it's certainly no easy feat to find a Montreal home for sale for under $400,000.

Thankfully there are a few gems across the 514 that offer up affordable single-family homes and there's one for sale right now through duProprio in Montreal-North.

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Prices for Montreal homes for sale have jumped in recent years, making it tough to find something remotely affordable in the city. Luckily there are still some homes in the 514 that are under $400,000, including this spacious family home located in Rivière-des-Prairies.

Coming by a family home for a decent price in Montreal is no easy feat, but there are a few hidden gems if you look hard enough.

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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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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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An atypical architectural jewel — complete with a watchtower and one million square feet of land — could be yours for $1.49 million.

Located in the Charlevoix region, 10 minutes outside the charming town of Baie-Saint-Paul, the large piece of property comes with houses, farm buildings and everything else you’ll need to start a thriving business or your own homestead, far away from the city and other humans.

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