A neighbour of the island of Montreal, Laval is the third most populated city in Quebec. Located on Ile Jésus, Laval has a history that goes back as far as 1850, as witnessed by certain historical churches, including Sainte-Rose and Saint-Vincent-de-Paul.
The Duplessis region encompasses the eastern part of the Côte-Nord administrative region (the western part is called Manicougan) and its best known cities are Sept-Îles, Port-Cartier and Havre-Saint-Pierre.
The Eastern Townships is prosperous thanks to its natural resources, such as copper and zinc, its sawmills and railroad. Vineyards and orchards and their derivative products greatly contribute to the economy.
Mauricie offers picturesque cities and towns, festivals and scenic routes. Old Trois-Rivières, where visitors can learn the history of New France and discover a neighbourhood with great shops, restaurants and cafés.
From the beginning of the pandemic, the Via Capitale network has put in place protocols and procedures based on the Organisme d'autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec (OACIQ) and public health guidelines.
Please note that, although our offices remain physically closed, the government regulations do not prohibit the pursuit of real estate brokerage activities. However, all activities must be exercised in compliance with sanitary measures in effect, such as the curfew.
Our agency managers, as well as Via Capitale real estate brokers will continue to ensure your health and safety by closely following public health instructions while remaining on the lookout for any major changes regarding these measures.
Our network also relies on leading edge technology to ensure business continuity.
If you have any questions, please contact your Via Capitale real estate broker.