up to 40 % cost of work
Who is Eligible:
The amount of financial assistance and authorized rent increases are calculated based on the cost of work as established by the Ville de Montréal.
The program has the following objectives:
-To renovate all building components in need of repair (mandatory) and to upgrade the building in accordance with the applicable codes and by-laws. As a result, the building should not require any further work for 20 years, other than normal maintenance.
-To improve the quality of the units – once the above upgrades are completed – so they better meet the needs of their occupants and the market – for example, by upgrading kitchens and bathrooms, reconfiguring rooms of improving heat and sound insulation.
-To revitalize the most deteriorated areas of the city and to eliminate dilapidated buildings in all neighbourhoods.
Steps to Get this Rebate:
1. The application must be submitted in person at a borough office or at the reception desk of the Direction de l’habitation of the Ville de Montréal, 303, rue Notre-Dame Est, 4th floor, 514-872-4630.
2. Applicants planning on taking advantage of the special assistance available to families should include a birth or adoption certificate for a child under 18 or a document issued by a doctor stating the expected date of birth. If the child lives in shared custody, a document stating that the applicant has legal custody of the child at least 40% of the time should be provided (court judgment, letter signed by both parents or recent fiscal document from the government of Québec or Canada).
When the Rebate Ends: