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Property Assessment

Want to understand more about property assessment and how it's calculated? Here's what you need to know.

Property Tax

Municipal services (snow removal, sports and recreation, etc.) are largely financed by property tax revenues.

This tax is calculated in proportion to the real value of each building on the property assessment roll. This tax is used to distribute the cost of municipal services among property owners.

The Ville de Montréal is responsible for property assessment and for updating the assessment rolls for the entire Town of Mount Royal, in compliance with the Act respecting municipal taxation and the relevant regulations.

See also our Taxation web page for further information.

The Assessment Roll

The assessment roll, which represents the inventory of all properties in a given jurisdiction, indicates the value of each property on the basis of its actual or commercial value, within the meaning of articles 43 to 45 of the L.F.M. It covers all the residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, agricultural and vacant properties. The values which are registered take account of the real market values on July 1 of the second fiscal year preceding the first for which it is conceived.

Property Assessment Roll 2023–2024–2025

If no modifications are made to the property, these data are valid for the duration of the triennial roll. The latest assessment roll for the City of Montreal was submitted on September 14, 2022. The values it contains reflect market conditions as at July 1, 2021. It is the basis for your 2023, 2024 and 2025 tax bills.

Property Value

The value entered on the assessment roll corresponds to the real value of your property, which is always in a free market open to competition. It is therefore the most probable selling price that a potential buyer could pay in a private treaty sale.

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My tax account online

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