Did you know that there are currently more than 300,000 housing units under common ownership in Quebec and more than 10,000 new units of this type are added yearly? The figures eloquently demonstrate the attractiveness of co-ownership to Quebec buyers.
However, even if acquiring a condo is an appealing choice, this avenue has its own rules. As owner or future owner, you cannot ignore the significant changes that are currently affecting the market. These changes relate to legislative norms, new maintenance techniques and also the equipment and services available. You are probably wondering what type of unit would best meet your needs? What are your rights? Your obligations? How are you required to insure a condominium? Where are the best developments? How do you understand and evaluate your administrators’ decisions?
You’ll find the answers to these essential questions by attending the Co-ownership Trade Show in Montreal. This first event of its kind in Montreal was long awaited and already promises to become a staple for you, as has been the case in the world capitals where the event began.
The Co-ownership Trade Show is more than a simple trade show. It is now an undisputed treasure trove of information and contacts spread out over 200 exhibition booths. Management service providers, the best legal consultants in Quebec, real estate agents, insurers, contractors, maintenance and renovation services, interior designers, accessories suppliers, and so on. Carefully selected professionals are available to help you. Moreover, don’t miss the impressive program of events, which has outstanding speakers who share cutting-edge information about the field to help you better understand the decisions that your managers must make.
Come and seek out the best advice on this investment. Talk to designers who have done the most beautiful projects in the greater Montreal area. Discover new real estate opportunities and find the right interior design for your condo. Have discussions with the main suppliers about managing and maintaining your property assets.