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Major Quebec Metro Areas

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Laval Area Montreal - East Island Area
Monteregie - South Area Montreal - West Island Area
Montreal - Centre Area Outaouais-Hull Area



Quebec Quick Statistics
Population: 7.9 million
Largest Quebec Cities:
Montreal: 1.6 million
Quebec City: 659,500
Laval: 376,800
Others: Saguenay, Longueuil, Ganineau

Quebec
Quebec is the largest province by area and is located on the west side of Ontario.† With a population size exceeding 7.9 million, Quebec is the second most populous province of Canada. Quebec has French speaking population, most of whom are living in urban regions between Montreal and Quebec City. The St. Lawrence River Valley provides fertile land that holds vital resources in its coniferous forests, lakes, and rivers. Quebec is the worldís largest producer of fish and livestock.

Notable Areas:

Quebec City
Quebec City is located on the north bank of the Saint Lawrence River within the Capitale-Nationale region of Quebec. Quebec City is the capital of Quebec. With a population of over 490,000 people, this city is the second most populous city in Quebec. Being one of the oldest cities in North America, Quebec City is home to a number of notable museums and attractions such as the Musee nationale des beaux-arts du Quebec and the Musee de la civilisation, and Montmorency Falls. The Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre are also popular sites for residents and tourists alike. The average price of a detached single-family home is $320,000. Homebuyers may find that condominiums are more affordable options in comparison to detached-single family homes. Overall, with about 3,100 real estate properties listed on the market, Quebec City is a great place to search for a new home.

Montreal
Montreal is located in the southwestern region of the province of Quebec. The city covers most of the Island of Montreal at the junction of the Saint Lawrence River and the Ottawa River. With a population of over 1.6 million people, Montreal is the second largest city in Canada and the largest city in the province of Quebec. Montreal has consistently been a fundamental center for Canadaís commerce, aerospace, pharmaceuticals, technology, culture, and tourism, and world affairs. Depending on the neighborhood, Montreal contains absolutely gorgeous real estate properties price as high as a million dollars. Currently, Montrealís average price for a detached-single family home is about $366,000.

Quebec Real Estate Market Snapshot

Quebec Real Estate Market
Households: 3.2 million
Single Detached Houses: 1.45 million
Average Quebec Home Sales Price: $236,000

Quebec City, Que. Real Estate Market (2010)
Home Listings - Sales: 8,050
Home Listings - New Listings: 3,100
Home Listings - Average Price: $228,000
Average Single Detached House Price: $320,000

Montreal, Que. Real Estate Market (2010)
Home Listings - Sales: 45,700
Home Listings - Active Listings: 20,300
Home Listings - Average Price: $293,000
Average Single Detached House Price: $366,000
Average Montreal House Price: $304,000

Saguenay, Que. Real Estate Market (2010)
Home Listings - Sales: 1,575
Home Listings - Active Listings: 750
Home Listings - Average Price: $161,500
Average Single Detached House Price: $200,000

Education/Income:
Quebecís Average Income by Level of Education:
University Bachelorís Degree: $$49,000
Median Total Income (2008): $63,830

Saquenay, Ont.Ďs Average Income by Level of Education:
Below Bachelorís Degree: $27,000
University Bachelorís Degree: $46,800
Above Bachelors Degree: $64,700

Quebec City, Que.Ďs Average Income by Level of Education:
Below Bachelorís Degree: $28,500
University Bachelorís Degree: $48,200
Above Bachelors Degree: $64,200

Montreal, Que.Ďs Average Income by Level of Education:
Below Bachelorís Degree: $28,400
University Bachelorís Degree: $49,000
Above Bachelors Degree: $65,100

Ottawa-Gatineau-Ont/Que.Ďs Average Income by Level of Education:
Below Bachelorís Degree: $32,500
University Bachelorís Degree: $57,000
Above Bachelors Degree: $73,000

 


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