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    Citation Envoyé par Dibbs Voir le message
    true story.

    On a acheté à NDG en mars/avril. La dame qui nous a vendu est décédée entre le temps ou a signé la promesse d'achat et la cloture de la vente en mai.

    3 semaines après qu'on signe la promesse d'achat, y'a un gars qui est venu me voir pour m'offrir presque 10% de mon prix d'achat pour "acheter ma promesse d'achat". Le gars etait le 2ieme en lice dans le bidding war. Ce gars la a probablement réalisé que le marché a NDG etait en train de lui glisser entre les mains.

    Le retour était très alléchant, mais ce qu'on a acheté nous convient très bien.

    p.s.: c'etait pas un Méo wong non plus.
    Not surprised, I have a few friends that grew up in NDG and they were telling me how on the nicer streets between monkland and sherbrooke neighbours were selling for 600-700k and new owners were going straight into Renos to flip for a $1M, it's moving fast.


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    Citation Envoyé par Spiter_01 Voir le message
    Not surprised, I have a few friends that grew up in NDG and they were telling me how on the nicer streets between monkland and sherbrooke neighbours were selling for 600-700k and new owners were going straight into Renos to flip for a $1M, it's moving fast.
    yup, the only issue with your statement is that houses don't go for 600-700k anymore in that neighborhood. it's kinda dumb... but honestly, great neighborhood for kids to grow up. plenty of schools, both in french and english. somewhat good access to downtown.

    the only thing that sucks is that Sherbrooke and Somerset look like streets from third world countries.

    we're right beside monkland village, couple of streets to the west.

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    C'est fou comment les prix montent vite. Tu as une grosse montée des prix en fevrier-avril dû à la forte demande et après ça reste plus ou moins stable le reste de l'année. J'ai acheté l'an passé et cette année les immeubles proche de chez moi à vendre sont 50 à 100k plus cher que ce que j'ai payé et sont de condition similaires. Revenu familial de 115k pi on a pu acheter à Montréal. Dans 3 à 5 ans oublié ça on aurais pas été capable. C'est plus que 5% d'augmentation par année
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    Citation Envoyé par Dibbs Voir le message
    yup, the only issue with your statement is that houses don't go for 600-700k anymore in that neighborhood. it's kinda dumb... but honestly, great neighborhood for kids to grow up. plenty of schools, both in french and english. somewhat good access to downtown.

    the only thing that sucks is that Sherbrooke and Somerset look like streets from third world countries.

    we're right beside monkland village, couple of streets to the west.
    yeah the 600-700k (might even have been 750k) figure was from 2 years ago, I'm hearing it's competitive/struggle to get your kids into the local school since it's so overpopulated. Also catching the commuter train from the montreal-west station to lucien, what a fucking life-hack that is.

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    Citation Envoyé par Dibbs Voir le message
    yup, the only issue with your statement is that houses don't go for 600-700k anymore in that neighborhood. it's kinda dumb... but honestly, great neighborhood for kids to grow up. plenty of schools, both in french and english. somewhat good access to downtown.

    the only thing that sucks is that Sherbrooke and Somerset look like streets from third world countries.

    we're right beside monkland village, couple of streets to the west.
    Ça prendrait la ligne rose pour que ce soit le quartier idéal.
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    Citation Envoyé par Dibbs Voir le message
    yup, the only issue with your statement is that houses don't go for 600-700k anymore in that neighborhood. it's kinda dumb... but honestly, great neighborhood for kids to grow up. plenty of schools, both in french and english. somewhat good access to downtown.

    the only thing that sucks is that Sherbrooke and Somerset look like streets from third world countries.

    we're right beside monkland village, couple of streets to the west.
    The market in NDG has been pretty fire for the last 20 years though. I'm just not sold on the area for some reason. Is your place a split level and you are renting out one floor?

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    Citation Envoyé par Gregster Voir le message
    The market in NDG has been pretty fire for the last 20 years though. I'm just not sold on the area for some reason. Is your place a split level and you are renting out one floor?
    no it's a semi detached near benny park.

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    Citation Envoyé par Gregster Voir le message
    The market in NDG has been pretty fire for the last 20 years though. I'm just not sold on the area for some reason. Is your place a split level and you are renting out one floor?
    For me it's always been how the commercial offering/local businesses doesn't seem to line up with how wealthy many of the residents are (possibly because everyone just hops in their car and drives to Westmount).

    Monkland is starting to go a little bit more upscale but Sherbrooke is drab. I'd expect a Bloor west village vibe to the area maybe in a few more years.

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    Citation Envoyé par Spiter_01 Voir le message
    For me it's always been how the commercial offering/local businesses doesn't seem to line up with how wealthy many of the residents are (possibly because everyone just hops in their car and drives to Westmount).

    Monkland is starting to go a little bit more upscale but Sherbrooke is drab. I'd expect a Bloor west village vibe to the area maybe in a few more years.
    Meh lots of vacancy on Monkland and even the westmount bit of Sherbrooke. Same issue in Little Burgundy. Lots alone can't support restos/ cafes because we dont go out every night. So when you have no parking for people, sky high rents and trendy places something needs to bend
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    Yeah, I agree with you and we'll certainly miss the St Henri vibe with the Atwater market and notre dame. We're a 5 min walk away from both on St Ambroise.

    We just couldn't afford the project we wanted in St Henri. We would of loved to convert a triplex right on the Georges Etienne Quartier parc into a single family home but the last 3 triplexes to have sold have gone for 1mm+.

    Last one sold last week for what I'm hearing 1.3mm. Add renos and you're in the 2mm+ range easy. Nope...

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    Citation Envoyé par Gregster Voir le message
    Meh lots of vacancy on Monkland and even the westmount bit of Sherbrooke. Same issue in Little Burgundy. Lots alone can't support restos/ cafes because we dont go out every night. So when you have no parking for people, sky high rents and trendy places something needs to bend
    Westmount commercial rents are ridiculous and irrational. There's a REIT that owns a large portion of the commercial real estate. He'd rather hold out in hopes of getting a few more tenants at high rents than lowering his rent... I guess he believes his own "premium estate" bullshit story.

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    Westmount commercial rents are ridiculous and irrational. There's a REIT that owns a large portion of the commercial real estate. He'd rather hold out in hopes of getting a few more tenants at high rents than lowering his rent... I guess he believes his own "premium estate" bullshit story.
    It's that area mostly owner by Shiller Lavy? They bought up most of Mile End and Plateau. The rents have skyrocketed. It's just a game they play waiting it out for deep pockets of Starbucks or similar. Meanwhile the locals lose out

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    Citation Envoyé par Gregster Voir le message
    It's that area mostly owner by Shiller Lavy? They bought up most of Mile End and Plateau. The rents have skyrocketed. It's just a game they play waiting it out for deep pockets of Starbucks or similar. Meanwhile the locals lose out
    Which “deep pockets” are not already established in, say, Westmount? That part of Sherbrooke already has all the major chains.

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    Citation Envoyé par Gregster Voir le message
    It's that area mostly owner by Shiller Lavy? They bought up most of Mile End and Plateau. The rents have skyrocketed. It's just a game they play waiting it out for deep pockets of Starbucks or similar. Meanwhile the locals lose out
    Cromwell owns the majority of that real estate. It's owned by a Montrealer, George Gantcheff.

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    Cromwell owns the majority of that real estate. It's owned by a <<<Montrealer>>>, George Gantcheff.
    Est-ce que mon fixed a de l'allure?

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    Yeah, I agree with you and we'll certainly miss the St Henri vibe with the Atwater market and notre dame. We're a 5 min walk away from both on St Ambroise.

    We just couldn't afford the project we wanted in St Henri. We would of loved to convert a triplex right on the Georges Etienne Quartier parc into a single family home but the last 3 triplexes to have sold have gone for 1mm+.

    Last one sold last week for what I'm hearing 1.3mm. Add renos and you're in the 2mm+ range easy. Nope...
    le triplex en question: https://katiasamson.com/en/property-...tier-park/552/

    vendu ++++ que 1.15mm, en 24 heures.

    un autre projet de triplex qui s'est fait sur le parc... triplex vendu 1mm il y a 18 mois. Ils ont fait des rénos d'environ 500k et ils ont mis les unités à louer à $3,025 / mois. C'est vacant depuis mars-avril 2019. Le loyer est absurde, mais il faut ben que la mathématique fonctionne.

    https://www.evrealestate.com/Listing...4C2Z9/17060232

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    Qui l'aurait cru que St-Henri serait aussi cher aujourd'hui?

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    le triplex en question: https://katiasamson.com/en/property-...tier-park/552/

    vendu ++++ que 1.15mm, en 24 heures.

    un autre projet de triplex qui s'est fait sur le parc... triplex vendu 1mm il y a 18 mois. Ils ont fait des rénos d'environ 500k et ils ont mis les unités à louer à $3,025 / mois. C'est vacant depuis mars-avril 2019. Le loyer est absurde, mais il faut ben que la mathématique fonctionne.

    https://www.evrealestate.com/Listing...4C2Z9/17060232
    There are a few projects like the last one (also asking for 3k+ rent) adjacent park jeanne-mance, all empty.

    I feel like I saw a duplex on Delinelle listed for 600k a while back (no idea how much it closed for), even if you added an extra floor it probably would have been too small for your needs.

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    There are a few projects like the last one (also asking for 3k+ rent) adjacent park jeanne-mance, all empty.

    I feel like I saw a duplex on Delinelle listed for 600k a while back (no idea how much it closed for), even if you added an extra floor it probably would have been too small for your needs.
    adding an extra floor is now very difficult in sud-ouest, the easy way to get it done is if an adjacent building has one. If not, you're out of luck pal

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    adding an extra floor is now very difficult in sud-ouest, the easy way to get it done is if an adjacent building has one. If not, you're out of luck pal
    I've heard that if you offer a free trip to germany including a fast rental car to the right person in sud-ouest things can get done.

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