10 houses to discover in Montreal in which we would like to live

There are frankly superb houses in Montreal that make you dream. Today, in collaboration with Live in Montreal, we present you 10 residences for which we have a crush. If you too want to live in your ideal home, we invite you to discover the 3 municipal housing financial assistance programs of City of Montreal. You will thus be able to have a helping hand in the purchase of your home and have help in the renovations of your home to bring it a modern breath. The "Home ownership" program could allow you to obtain a subsidy for the purchase of a new residence in Montreal. Families are pampered because in addition to the subsidy, they can be reimbursed the “welcome tax” on the purchase of a new or existing property and, in the latter case, benefit from easier access to renovation programs. . It's time to go find out the different programs because we would like to follow up on this article with your houses.

1. The Colonial House located in the Plateau-Mont-Royal district / Architect: Jacques Rousseau 


2. The charming Mini House located in the Villeray district


3. The Beaumont House located in Little Italy / Architect: Henri Cleinge


4. The Bernier-Thibault House located in the Plateau-Mont-Royal district / Architect: Paul Bernier


5. The U-shaped house located on the edge of Plateau-Mont-Royal / Architect: Natalie Dionne


6. The House of Gaspé located in the Villeray / Architect district: SHED Architecture


7. House 205 located in the Mile-Ex / Architect district: Moderno workshop


8. The Urban Monk Workshop House located in the Plateau Mont-Royal district / Architect: Gabriel Rousseau


9. The Residence Berri located in Montreal / Architect: _human nature


10. House E3 located near Jean-Talon Market / Architect: Natalie Dionne


For more information on 3 municipal housing financial assistance programs, I invite you to visit the website of the City of Montreal or contact them by dialing 311 (for residents of Montreal)