GREENPRINT Publication is the first piece in our mission to provide more than top-flight essential real estate services.
L’Équipe Mark-André Martel is committed to making our city more beautiful and healthier every day.
Every home, and every building, built, bought, sold, and improved, in Montréal represents an opportunity for both those individuals involved directly, as well as the community around them to GROW BETTER.
With GREENPRINT, we will use our resources, and the connections we have made to build better neighbourhoods.
GREENPRINT initiatives aim to lower energy waste and carbon footprints, beautify the city, raise values, and promote local art, goods, and design.
Our city, and our neighbourhoods, are rich with culture, art, and innovation.
As members, and servants at the heart of some of the most important decisions our clients make, we make the case for sustainability, art, design, and community building.
We are invested and engaged in the communities we serve, with support initiatives under development for public schooling, public art, local businesses, and the installation of public-facing art, and design. Watch for these developments. We strive to increase the prestige and value of our city.
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A morning in the company of Guillaume Ménard is to start the day with an IV spike of creativity, and the desire to rethink our day-to-day choices, and environments.Read the article
PSC’s history runs deep; in part, it runs through the "Pointe" of a tattoo motor. The continuity of the Pointe-Saint-Charles neighbourhood is part of the continuity of Canada, and of North America.Read the article
Architecture: The process, and the product of planning, designing, and constructing buildings, and other structures. Architectural works, in the material form of buildings, are often perceived as cultural symbols and as works of art.Read the article
It's a beautiful summer afternoon in Montreal, and we have an appointment with Maxime Perrault, co-owner of Perles and Paddock, a new trendy address in the city.Read the article
Are your heating bills too high? Do you feel a constant draft? Are your floors cold? The Rénoclimat program can help you reduce your energy consumption in the long term while improving the comfort level of your home.Read the article
There is no wrong time to begin working on your real estate portfolio; but the longer you wait to plant, the longer you wait to harvest.
2017 was one of the busiest years in real estate in Montreal, as the numbers attest:Read the article
Based on what is depicted on mainstream TV shows like Million Dollar Listing, one might think the job of a real estate broker consists of driving around town showing properties, doing brokers’ caravans, all the while sipping on champagne, eating caviar, and engaging clients with an extroverted over the top personality.
Although these activities are not mutually exclusive, they don’t really satisfy the customer’s bottom-line. If you ever wondered what real estate brokers really do for their clients, here is a breakdown.
Combined with the offer to purchase, the bank’s pre-approval is a powerful tool to show the strength of your proposal. This serves as proof to the seller, in writing, that you are solvent and will be able to follow through with the financing.
For many, becoming the owner of a single family home in Montreal is an unrealistic goal. In fact, the exponential rise in prices in the metropolitan area over the past years has forced a number of buyers to abandon their dream of being able to one day combine family and urban life. Recently, however, thanks to the revitalization in the less central neighbourhoods, this scenario has started to change!
A Prosperous Industrial Past
The Pointe-Saint-Charles neighbourhood has a fascinating history. The start of its development dates back to the beginning of the 19th century, with the building of several maritime canals, including the Lachine Canal. This last project, which allows the circumventing of the Lachine rapids, announces an even more ambitious one: the St. Lawrence Seaway, which will offer unmatched access to North American lands and the Great Lakes.
Determining the right selling price for your property is quite a challenge: as an owner, you may not make an objective assessment of your property. Do not forget that the listed price of a property is of capital importance! Too high a price will keep potential buyers away, and if it remains too long on the market, it could suggest major problems related to the state of your home.
So how should you go about it?
Whether you are looking for a very specific type of residence or need guidance to identify your real estate needs, you can count on our devoted team’s know-how to help you.
Our passion for real estate, our devotion to our clients, and our innate sense of business are what has made us the best in our field. Benefit from an exceptional sales experience.