Do you own a building in Montréal? The following conditions of use apply to viewing your online municipal tax account balance.
Did you buy a building from a family member? Are you selling a building to a corporate entity? In some situations, you may be exempted from the “welcome tax.” Find out everything you need to know.
Would you like to calculate the non-residential portion of a municipal tax account? Here are a few useful elements to help you make the calculation.
Tax rates vary depending on the category of your building and the borough in which it is located.
Saint-Laurent Mayor Alan DeSousa tabled his Highlights of Saint-Laurent’s 2020 Financial Report at the Council meeting held on June 29.
Have you received a request to participate in the collection of economic data? How will this information help determine the value of your property? What documentation do you need to provide? Here’s what you need to know.
Want to learn more about Montréal’s financial results for the year 2020? Want to know what the city’s main achievements were? View the details in its Financial Report.
Didn’t pay your municipal taxes or property transfer duties? Find out what you need to know to limit interest fees and avoid legal proceedings.
Would you like to buy a building in Montréal? Would you like to understand how the duties (also called the “welcome tax”) are calculated? Find out everything you need to know.
Would you like to find out the results of the consultation on Montréal’s next budget? Would you like to know more about the city’s budgetary process? Learn about the 2022 prebudgetary consultation.
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