2023–2025 City of Montréal assessment roll – Average growth of 39.9% for residential properties in Pointe-Claire
The City of Pointe-Claire would like to inform you of the average residential property growth of 39.9% in Pointe-Claire, as revealed by the 2023–2025 City of Montréal assessment roll, which reflects the market value over the past three years.
The average change in property values for the 16 cities of the Montréal agglomeration is 32.4%, or 5.6% lower than in Pointe-Claire, which shows an average growth of 38%.
This new assessment will come into force starting January 1, 2023. It is important to specify that this growth is not directly reflected in the tax bill. Other factors come into play when preparing the municipal budget, including the service offer and the priorities, used to determine the tax rate.
This assessment roll is one of the elements taken into consideration when preparing the municipal budget. The goal is and will remain the same: to limit tax bill increases while continuing to ensure the quality of services offered to the community.
To consult the 2023–2025 City of Montréal assessment roll
To consult the assessment roll of your property (in French): https://servicesenligne2.ville.montreal.qc.ca/sel/evalweb/typeRecherche
For more information about the City of Montréal assessment roll: https://montreal.ca/en/topics/property-assessment-roll