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Property valuations in West Island jump 10 to 27 per cent

  • Property valuations in Pointe Claire jumped an average of 18.5 per cent.
    Property valuations in Pointe Claire jumped an average of 18.5 per cent.
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West Island single-family homes increased in value ranging from 10 per cent in Senneville to 27 per cent for the seasonal cottages on Dorval Island, according to the new three-year property valuation roll released by the Montreal agglomeration yesterday.

In the West Island, Senneville recorded the highest valued average single-family home at $906,500, with Baie d’Urfé coming in second at $650,700.

Dorval Island, with its 57 cottages, has the lowest valued average single-family home in the area at $244,700.

These new valuations of residential and non-residential properties will be used to calculate municipal and school taxes for 2014, 2015 and 2016. Actual tax bills will be set using these valuations based on mill rates set by respective municipal and public school authorities. Residents of reconstituted municipalities pay one civic tax bill, which includes the portion destined for the agglomeration to pay for regional costs. School tax bills are issued separately from municipal taxes.

Top of the tax roll

Two of the 10 highest valued non-residential properties in Montreal are located in the West Island. Aeroports de Montreal, the agency which runs Pierre E. Trudeau airport in Dorval, has the No. 1 ranked property with an assessment at just over $1.8 billion. In ninth spot is the Fairview Pointe Claire shopping centre at $456 million.

Agglo up about 20 per cent

The total assessed value of the 483,373 properties across the Montreal agglomeration is about $297 billion, representing an increase of about 19.5 per cent in property value across the island when compared with the previous roll.

Single-family home (average valuation increase by city/borough)

Baie d’Urfe: 19.1 per cent
Beaconsfield: 17.9 per cent
Dollard des Ormeaux: 18.7 per cent
Dorval: 19.3 per cent
Dorval Island: 25.5 per cent
Ile Bizard/Ste. Genevieve: 17.2 per cent
Kirkland: 19.5 per cent
Lachine: 23.2 per cent
Pierrefonds/Roxboro: 20.7 per cent
Pointe Claire: 18.5 per cent
Ste. Anne de Bellevue: 15.7 per cent
St. Laurent: 25.2 per cent
Senneville: 10.4 per cent

Single-family home (average valuation by city/borough)

Baie d’Urfe: $650,700
Beaconsfield: $538,300
Dollard des Ormeaux: $417,700
Dorval: $397,300
Dorval Island: $244,700
Ile Bizard/Ste. Genevieve: $427,500
Kirkland: $484,300
Lachine: $374,500
Pierrefonds/Roxboro: $348,200
Pointe Claire: $371,500
Ste. Anne de Bellevue: $378,500
St. Laurent: $519,500
Senneville: $906,500

Residential properties (all categories, ie. single-family homes, condos, etc.) (average valuation increase by city/borough)

Baie d’Urfe: 19.5 per cent
Beaconsfield: 18.1 per cent
Dollard des Ormeaux: 18.2 per cent
Dorval: 19.4 per cent
Dorval Island: 27.2 per cent
Ile Bizard/Ste. Genevieve: 17 per cent
Kirkland: 19.5 per cent
Lachine: 20.6 per cent
Pierrefonds/Roxboro: 20.6 per cent
Pointe Claire: 20.1 per cent
Ste. Anne de Bellevue: 18 per cent
St. Laurent: 23.5 per cent
Senneville: 10.8 per cent

 

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