Across the country as a whole, Saint-Paul-de-Montminy is in the cheapest 20% when all of Canada’s suburbs are listed in order of real estate listing prices.
When our research team crunched the numbers we calculated that Saint-Paul-de-Montminy has a median home price of $74,900.
When it comes to the size of the properties currently available to property investors in this neighbourhood, they tend to have fewer bedrooms than the most commonly available across the nation.
From our data, it appears that neighbourhood is number 1795th when comparing neighbourhoods by the number of properties available to investors across the nation, putting it in the top 40.
Will prices rise across the next year in in Saint-Paul-de-Montminy? There are a number of real estate indicators to consider.
One of the important leading indicators for property investors is whether the amount of stock on the market is increasing or decreasing – as more comes on buyers have more choice so prices can tend to drop. In Saint-Paul-de-Montminy, the amount of stock on the market has decreased which is a positive indicator for house prices. Three months ago there were 13, this month we show 12.
When looking across the province, Saint-Paul-de-Montminy is the 448th most expensive in Quebec.
Want a cheaply priced house? Then at $74,900 this month, Saint-Paul-de-Montminy, Quebec do not consider price wise.
Saint-Paul-de-Montminy’s most common listing this month is 2 bedroom properties, less than province’s most common offering of 2 bedrooms.
From our data, it appears that neighbourhood is number 838th when comparing neighbourhoods by the number of properties available to investors across the nation, putting it in the lowest 10 percent.
There are a number of important pieces of research you should do before deciding where to buy an investment property – this data for Saint-Paul-de-Montminy will hopefully provide an indicator to help you where to research in-depth
In Saint-Paul-de-Montminy, housing stock has stayed the same over the last three months, which would tend to mean that home supply and demand are equal.