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640 sq. Ft. - Édifice Ste-Foy – Office space with an open area & a big closed office with many windows; quick access to chemin de Chambly, boul. Taschereau & Jacques-Cartier bridge ; located in a commercial district with all amenities


• Superior-quality building (B Class)

• Gross price, INCLUDED in the price: electricity, heating, a/c, maintenance, snow removal & landscaping maintenance, running costs of the building, office cleaning

• Excellent visibility on Ste-Foy boulevard

• Outside advertising display

• Outdoor and Indoor parking lot = satisfaction of the employees and retention of customers

• Great rental opportunity on the South shore


• Two-story building

• Space located on the 2nd Floor

• Direct access to water within the office space premises

• Elevator adapted for person with reduced mobility

• Universal access entrance


• Taschereau bld

• Chemin Chambly

• Quick access to Jacques-Cartier bridge


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• Land surveyors' office

• Law firm

• Financial adviser

• Governmental services

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Whether you purchase a property from a homeowner or from a broker, the steps involved and the legal implications are the same. You’ll see that buying without an intermediary has many advantages!

Can I afford to buy this property?

Prior to visiting a property, you should verify whether you have the means to purchase it by meeting with a financial advisor. Don’t forget, you must have enough money to cover both a down payment and the expenses related to the transaction (notary, "welcome tax", etc.).

Is this property right for me?

Consult the listing to determine whether the property features meet your needs. If necessary, communicate with the homeowner to obtain additional information. You may then make an appointment with the homeowner for a visit and prepare a list of questions to ask him.

Do I need to conduct a property inspection?

Verifying the condition of the property prior to purchasing it is a good precaution to take. In order to do so, you can hire a home inspector. He will intervene at a later date. Be prepared to add the inspection conditions to the offer to purchase.

How much should I offer?

Easily familiarize yourself with the market by visiting and by verifying the price that comparable properties in the area have sold for. You’ll get a better idea of how much you should offer. You can also hire a licensed appraiser.

How do I proceed with an offer to purchase?

Have a discussion with the homeowner in order to come to an agreement on the price, the conditions of the sale and the possession date. You can then complete the offer to purchase form.

Thanks to DuProprio, the seller benefits from a legal assistance service and can ask their legal questions in order to properly complete the document.

The sale will be sealed with a notary, but until then, nothing prevents you from consulting a notary to write-up an offer to purchase. Once the deed of sale is drafted, you will be the new homeowner!

$1,070 / monthly

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1085 Ste-Foy

Longueuil (Greenfield Park)Montérégie (Rive-Sud Montréal)

No. 780946

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