Military Relocation Charterd Real Estate Broker St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, bilingual services
Eric Huneault
Eric Huneault
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Team Huneault - Your Real Estate Complice
Team Huneault - Your Real Estate Complice

Eric Huneault-
Royal LePage Real Estate Broker du Haut-Richelieu (C.I.A)

Welcome !
First of all, we all know that today it is not enough to choose the right broker by a simple photo on a sign. It is much more than that. Choosing the right Real Estate Broker means building trust, having good service, unparalleled professionalism and knowing that your broker has a good knowledge of his business environment.
Let me tell you WHY choose (Team Huneault)!

Here is my story ...
Entrepreneur at heart. I bought my first business at the age of 17 and invested personally in several buildings and businesses. In 1989 I started my career in Real Estate. In 2000 I joined the Royal LePage Haut Richelieu Team. I am a Certified Real Estate Broker and for 20 years I have helped families realize their dreams.
From 2006 to 2010, I was Director of Agency and Owner of Royal LePage of Haut-Richelieu in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and Chambly. My function ; Trainer and Administrator.
From the beginning, I had the pleasure to train more than twenty real estate brokers, which allowed me to develop sales techniques, marketing and broaden my professional network.
During his years, I was honored with the Director's Platinum Award and the President's Golden Palm.
In 2015, I received the Diamond Certificate awarded to brokers in the top 3% of all Royal LePage residential Real Estate Brokers. And in 2017, I acquired Excellence. A prize awarded to members who received the President's Golden Palm ten years out of fourteen.

My priority, your satisfaction!
To offer you the best service on a 7 days a week availability, I have a great team.

My colleague,Steve Campbell- Residential Real Estate Broker
My Assistant -  Josée Campbell- Administrative 
Your protection against ...
Your protection against ...

Protection Royale is a unique insurance program* designed to support clients who are transacting in residential real estate through a participating Royal LePage broker.
Program benefits

• As a Protection Royale participating broker, you will only pay the premium upon the conclusion of the transaction.
• You will pay only for program eligible* transactions.
• Protection Royale is an excellent tool to attract new clients, and encourage existing ones to renew business with you to obtain the same service again.
• By participating, you stand out from the competition, as Protection Royale is an exhaustive product, unique in North America and the only one to take on repairs surrounding the discovery of latent defects.
• The program allows you to focus on your business without worrying about potential risks that delays, withdrawals, latent defects or special assessments for co-ownerships hinder your current transaction.

Protection Royale gives you access to a legal assistance service†. This benefit puts at your disposal a team of lawyers specializing in real estate, providing sound advice and answering any questions related to your legal undertakings. Whether you are dealing with a dispute with your neighbour or have questions on latent defects, this service provides direct access to information about your rights and how to take on appropriate proceedings.

Transacting through a participating Royal LePage broker: (L'Equipe Huneault)


Choosing a Condo ?

Choosing a Condo ?

There are two types of condos: divided and undivided.

In a divided condo, the buyer is the sole owner of his apartment. He has the right to sell it or bequeath it as he pleases. However, property in the common areas, such as the land, the hallways, the elevators, etc., are shared with the other condo owners. In rarer cases, the condo can be undivided. This means that buyers have a common mortgage, rights and obligations.

A co-ownership syndicate (Board of Directors) is elected by the co-owners to handle the building's management. To fully enjoy community life in your condo complex, choose a building whose occupants have a similar income and professional status as yours, as well as other common interests. This will ensure greater harmony.

The condo's location is another important factor. Choose a well located unit. An interesting view, a peaceful environment and good lighting, along with the proximity of services and transportation, will enhance your unit's resale value.

The unit's surface area and quality of construction are also key factors. While some luxury buildings are designed with a private or semi-private entrance for each unit, condos do not always offer the privacy of a single-family home. Make sure the condo has adequate soundproofing.

What services are provided within the building? Is there indoor parking, a pool, a sauna, tennis courts, workout facilities? For instance, indoor parking can increase the value of a condo, but access to a pool is of little value if you don't swim. Remember that condo fees cover the maintenance costs of all equipment and services whether you use them or not.

When you sign a promise to purchase for a condo, be sure to make it conditional on the review of the declaration of co-ownership and an inspection. Have this document examined by a lawyer or notary and carefully read all of the condominium's rules and regulations (house pets, parking). Also find out the amount of money kept in the reserve fund, particularly in the case of older buildings. Team Huneault will guide is in your research contact me.



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Housing prices up 4.9% in Montreal area

According to a Royal LePage House Price Survey released Tuesday, property prices in the region are up by 4.9 per cent year-over-year in the first quarter of 2017, bringing the aggregate price of a home to $367,702.

The median price of a two-storey home went up by 5.6 per cent year-over-year to $456,158, while the price of a bungalow went up 3.0 per cent to $290,892. Meantime, condo prices went up 4.7 per cent this year over last, to $302,915.

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