Ville de Montréal
General property tax
Montréal’s City Council levies a variable rate tax on all properties situated within the city. Rates depend on property category. There are four such categories:
- Residual (residential properties of five units or less and unserviced vacant lots)
- Properties with six or more units
- Non-residential properties
- Serviced vacant lots
Twice the basic tax rate applies to both serviced and unserviced vacant lots.
The local general property tax finances expenditures relating to the city’s local areas of authority and the quota shares of the city concerning the Urban Agglomeration Council’s responsibility.
Non-residential or mixed-use immovables
The general property tax rate varies according to:
- the category or categories of immovables to which a unit of assessment belongs;
- the class of non-residential immovables of which the unit of assessment is part of.
If you are interested in appealing your 2017-2018-2019 Montreal property taxes the deadline is April 30, 2017, fill in the information in our form http://www.ctrg-tax.net/contact-us/ and we will provide a no cost opinion.