Real Estate: newcomers and investors


A team of real estate experts working for foreigners

Whether you decide to settle in Montreal, looking for a rental or to buy a property, KEYS Real Estate Agency is entirely dedicated to your new life project. Buying a home is an important step for your integration. KEYS offers an unprecedented range of services to its international clients to facilitate their arrival in Quebec.

Immigration Immobilier

Global service: we accompany newcomers in their life project 

We do not only assist you during the traditional process of buying a property, KEYS Real Estate will accompany you in your life projects. To make this experience a success, you need to be surrounded by specialized professionals. The Quebec agency has a network of experts ready to assist you in the complex experience of buying a property.

KEYS is surrounded by partners in design, decoration, home-staging, relocation, concierge and general construction.

As part of a tailor-made global service, the agency provides its network of professionals to help its clients on the bookkepping, tax, banking and legal aspects until obtaining the most appropriate immigration visa.

KEYS helps newcomers settle in, find schools for their children, guide them to neighborhood services, find a job and set up a business

Projet de vie

Quebec: a thriving province for investors

Montreal is attracting more and more foreign real estate investors. In 2016, this number increased by 62% in the metropolis.

Real estate propeties increase quickly, the market is booming and KEYS wants to make it accessible to its international customers. The KEYS team has a perfect knowledge of market prices and allows you to capture the best buying opportunities instantly and remotely through virtual reality


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