Montreal mortgage rates are moderately competitive versus other cities. These are the lowest rates from providers with offices in or near the city. For out-of-town providers check the best rates in Quebec.
Montreal Mortgage Rates
Mortgage Market Overview: Montreal’s mortgage market is dominated by local mega-lenders, Desjardins and National Bank. It’s also home to the greatest concentration of mortgage brokers in Quebec, which drives price competition among all lenders.
City in Brief: Montreal is the largest city in Quebec and the second largest in Canada. The city takes its name from the prominent natural landmark Mount Royal located in the heart of the city. Situated on the island of Montreal, the city is a popular tourist destination and has been named a UNESCO City of Design. French is the predominant language spoken at home (56.9% of residents), followed by English at 18.6% and other languages at 19.8%.
Population: 1,649,519 (Source: StatsCan census, 2011)
Average Home Value: $349,218 (as of July 2016; Source: CREA)
Home Price Change (year-over-year): 2.50%
Minimum Down Payment: $29,517 (based on average home price)
* Note: This page lists lenders with branches in the city and mortgage brokers with registered offices in the city. For a full list of mortgage providers in the province, check the Best Mortgage Rates Quebec page. (Image source: Wikipedia)