2020, 2021 and 2022 assessment roll – Average growth of 22.2% for residential properties in Pointe-Claire
The Mayor of the City of Pointe-Claire is proud of the average residential property growth of 22.2% in Pointe-Claire, as revealed by the 2020–2022 Ville de Montréal assessment roll, which reflects the market value over the past three years.
“This growth confirms the appeal of our city and its quality of life from a residential, commercial and industrial standpoint. It’s a real gain for homeowners since it’s above inflation,” the Mayor of Pointe-Claire, John Belvedere, says.
The average change in property values for the 16 cities in the Agglomeration of Montréal is 15.1%, 7.1% lower than in Pointe-Claire.
This new assessment will become effective January 1, 2020. It is important to note that this growth is not directly reflected on the tax bill. Other factors come into play when preparing the municipal budget, including the service offer and municipal priorities, used to determine the tax rate.
“This assessment roll is one of the elements we consider when preparing the municipal budget. Our goal is and will remain the same: to limit tax bill increases while continuing our strategy to improve and enhance the services offered to the community. We enjoy an outstanding quality of life in Pointe-Claire, and we want to preserve it for current and future generations,” the Mayor concludes.
Recall that in 2017, Pointe-Claire ranked at the top of the real-estate market in the Greater Montréal area according to a study conducted by Canadian experts MoneySense, both for real-estate market value and quality of life.
To consult a summary of the next property assessment roll, click here.
Explanatory document of the assessment roll from the City of Montreal’s Direction de l’évaluation foncière (in French)