Starting at $130, 200, Fletcher by Mondev Condos offers affordable homes in the heart of the action. A total of 21 units will be available in December 2015. Located in the rapid growing neighbourhood Homa, Fletcher is perfectly located and here’s why.
In a constantly changing market, we are eventually confronted with the dilemma of buying or renting a house. There are many advantages and disadvantages to both options. While some are qualitative, others are quantitative. To help future homeowners or renters decide what is their best option, we have look several aspects that are relative to both alternatives.
Are you interested in buying a house? Are you on the path to home ownership? If your answers are yes to both here are a few steps that can make this process a lot easier for you.
With summer approaching slowly but surely, future inhabitants of the neighbourhood have a lot of things to look forward to.
Montreal is notorious for it’s festivals, including Montreal en Lumiere, one of the biggest winter festivals in the world. The annual celebration draws approximately 900,000 people to experience the winter wonders of the city. The programs combines a variety of events from performing arts, gastronomy and free outdoor family activities.
Valentines day conveniently falls on a Saturday this year. Whether you plan on showering your loved one over the entire weekend, for one romantic evening or maybe just for an afternoon, Montreal has an array of romantic remedies to fill your time.
Mondev is excited to announce an all new location in downtown Montreal. The St-Catherine development gives you close access to both Papineau and Frontenac metro stations, with spacious lofts holding 1 or 2 bedrooms. Explore 55 new condos, starting at $158,080 and potentially qualifying for Montreal’s Access à la Propriété Grant Program.
Baby it’s cold outside and what better way to spend the winter season than sprucing up your humble abode. There’s nothing quite like sitting snuggly in your favourite spot of the house, while the frosted covered windows remind you of how nice it is to be cozied up inside. After all, a home isn’t really a home without the cosiness factor.
Montreal is notorious for its summer festivals, attracting tourists from all over the world. Come winter, however, there is no denying our inborn reflex to hibernate indoors and wait for the snow to melt. Luckily, Montreal is a city that embraces its seasonal changes. No matter what the weather, the city is always buzzing with something festive to take part in. The Igloofest and Fete des Neiges de Montreal are two great examples of winter events for tourists and Montrealers alike.
Holidays with the family are full of festivity and fun, but preparing, cooking and cleaning for a house full of 10-20 guests is a tall order, especially if you live in a condo in Montreal. If you’re looking to forgo the labour-intensive meal making this year, you’re in luck.