Buying a new home is one of the biggest decisions a person will ever make. That’s why it is essential to surround ourselves with key people to guide us through this challenge-fraught journey.


Whether you are looking for a new property or interested in listing your property for sale or rent, Lyne Bélanger and Dany Papadopoulos of Pointe Nord Immobilier can assist you. With over 15 years of experience in new property sales for Proment Corporation, they will provide you with the personalized service needed to achieve your goal.

“We have sold over 3,000 new condos and houses on Nuns’ Island. We have in-depth knowledge of the market and can find the most suitable property for our clients,” says Lyne Bélanger.

The strenght of a team

Lyne Bélanger and Dany Papadopoulos

These real estate pros use their talent and expertise for the benefit of their clients.  They can rely on their strong negotiation and selling abilities, as well as their vast network of clients. In addition, Lyne and Dany are affiliated with real estate specialists who can assist them with their transactions.

“We take the time to talk with our clients to make sure we clearly understand their needs.  We make sure to guide them toward properties that meet their criteria and budget,” explains Dany Papadopoulos

Benefits of working with an agent

The real estate market can seem overwhelming: low inventory coupled with soaring prices is the stuff of nightmares. When listing, Lyne and Dany carefully analyze comparables in your neighbourhood to get the right price for your property. They also take care of drafting various documents, managing multiple offers and visits, and negotiating transactions with their clients’ best interests at heart.

Market conditions

According to the QPAREB, demand for residential real estate is still very high, and November saw an increase in the number of new listings. Demand for condominiums in the Centre-Sud sector increased by 23% this year. People are less enticed to move to the suburbs. Improved public health measures are encouraging people to settle on the Island of Montréal.[1]



The Bank of Canada announced it will hold its key interest rate at 0.25% and does not foresee an increase before the second or third quarter of 2022. So, if you are planning to invest in real estate, take advantage of the current low mortgage rates as they probably won’t be this low again for a long time.

[1] Source: JLR – Portrait RMR Montréal

Lyne Bélanger: 514-972-0747
Dany Papadopoulos: 514-979-5307

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