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“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.
If no modifications are made to the property, these data are valid for the duration of the triennial roll. New assessment rolls are submitted every third year in compliance with the Act respecting municipal taxation. The 2011 roll comes into force on January 1, 2011. It is the basis for your 2011, 2012 and 2013 tax bills.” (From Evalweb)
In Mount Royal, property values show an average increase of 19.8% according to the latest assessment roll. Residential properties are up 19% and non residential ones, 22.8%. More statistics [PDF 8,2MB] are available regarding the new assessment role for Mount Royal and the rest of the Island of Montreal (French only).
You can also consult our taxation section to obtain complementary information.
To find out the value attributed to your home, you can consult the new property roll at Town Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue) during office hours. You can also access the electronic version of the roll.
You had until May 2, 2011 to apply for an administrative review of the assessment of your home on the current assessment roll.
It remains possible to contact the MUC Real Estate Assessment Department (D.E.F.V.M.) should you have questions.
Assessor for the territory of Mount Royal:
Mrs. Marie-Line Tétrault
D.E.F.V.M. Customer Service: 514-280-EVAL (3825).
Don’t forget that the school tax bill, which is sent to you by the Comité de gestion de la taxe scolaire de l’île de Montréal (CGTSIM), will show an increase that is directly proportional to your property assessment increase. In other words, if the assessment of your home reflects a 40% increase, your school tax will also increase by 40%.
You can consult the sale price of properties recently sold on Mount Royal territory, by address.
For more information concerning assessments, don’t hesitate to contact our service counter, located at 90 Roosevelt Avenue, 2nd floor.