Where are the Most Expensive Single-Family Homes?
Let’s take a look at the cities, municipalities or boroughs in the province’s administrative regions that have the highest median price for single-family homes, based on data from the Centris® system.
Not surprisingly, Montréal tops the list of regions. The highest median price for single-family homes was in the City of Westmount, at $1,375,000. Saint-Lambert, in Montérégie, came in second, as the median price of single-family homes stood at $554,000 in 2016.
Saint-Lambert also registred the largest increase in median price compared to 2015, at 12%. This was followed by Val-d’Or, in the region of Abitibi-Témiscamingue, at 11%, and Drummondville, in the region of Centre-du-Québec, at 5%.