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Housing costs

Housing costs are one of the factors to take into account when moving to Québec. Apartments and single-family dwellings are generally affordable, and even more so the further you move away from the big cities.

Rental costs in Québec
Purchase of a house or apartment

Rental costs in Québec

The table below only presents rental costs. The additional costs of heating, electricity and telecommunications are not included.

Average rental costs according to region in 20131
City surveyed
Cost of a studio in C$
Cost of a 2-room apartment in C$
Cost of a
3-room apartment in C$
Saguenay
$390
$570
$625
Trois-Rivières
$365
$555
$600
Sherbrooke
$395
$590
$715
Montréal

$418 to $692 depending on neighbourhood

$600 to $1,400 depending on neighbourhood

$700 to $1,500 depending on neighbourhood

Québec
$515
$760
$880
Gatineau
$550
$745
$830

 

1 Apartment in a privately owned building with at least three apartments.

Source: Canadian Housing and Mortgage Corporation, Rental Market, Fall 2013

Purchase of a house or apartment

 

Average price of a single-family dwelling
or condominium in 2013
City
Cost in C$
Saguenay
$202,014
Trois-Rivières
$144,079
Sherbrooke
$254,610
Montréal
$333,610
Québec
$263,806
Gatineau
$244,341

Source: Canadian Housing and Mortgage Corporation, Rental Market, 2013

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