nettroyale commercial cleaning montreal services

NettRoyale is providing now commercial cleaning services

We are now proud to offer our cleaning services to small businesses and organizations within Montreal area.  You will be able to learn more about our commercial cleaning Montreal services on our website.

Me and Chris have been in the cleaning industry for more than 10 years now.  We were focusing on residential cleaning but now with our new equipment and training, we can expand our business to the commercial sector.  We have great feedback from the residential customers and we are confident that we will be able to provide the same level of service to the commercial customers.

When you receive the public, your premises must be irreproachable, because they give visitors a first glimpse of your business. Well-maintained premises contribute to the good image of your company and the well-being of your employees. Do not let dirt and mess get in and hurt your business.

We work within Montreal, South-Shore and North-Shore of Montreal. We study all your requests and we will answer you quickly.

We maintain all types of buildings (supermarkets, shops, condominiums, office and residential buildings) and even industrial buildings. Before making a proposal, we will create with you the specifications that will serve as a basis for the development of our estimate. We carefully study your file, in order to provide you with a detailed estimate of the necessary interventions.

A special thank you to Rick for letting us post our new service on his blog.

Here is the link to our website:

Spacious Chalet near Lac Megantic 360 000$

A friend of mine is selling this spacious chalet near Lac Megantic.

On the first floor: 2 bedrooms, a bathroom and a large convivial room, where there is a comfortable dining room with a wood fireplace and a well equipped modern kitchen, extend on an elevated patio overlooking the lake.

In the basement: 2 bedrooms, a bathroom and laundry, a large living room with home theater overlooking a covered patio. A safe facility offers you nice evenings around the campfire to roast the marshmallows and chat with friends. The song of loons on the lake will accompany you.

Everything is there: furniture and accessories, including bedding, even an ExpressVu decoder and a home theater system.

The private 135-foot bank on Lac Mégantic has a shaded patio and a large dock where a canoe awaits you. You can fish on the dock or dive into the clear water of the lake. All water sports are at your fingertips. We do a lot of ice fishing on Lake Megantic.

Summer and winter, access to marked ATV and snowmobile trails connected to networks throughout eastern Canada and northern USA. The road leading to the property is twinned with the bike path that runs around the lake.

The city of Lac-Mégantic (10 minutes away) offers all the health, food and entertainment services.

For more info, please contact me.


Real estate will not stop in Quebec for 2018

Despite the tightening of mortgage rules, the housing market is not rife in Quebec. On the contrary, after the surprise increases of 2017, economists predict that the level of activity and real estate prices will continue to climb in 2018.

According to the Quebec Federation of Real Estate Boards (QFREB), which held its annual conference Thursday, the resale market for houses, plexes and condominiums should, for the first time ever, shatter the threshold of 85 000 residential real estate transactions next year.

Not only should the level of activity grow by 3%, to reach 85,400 transactions, but the median selling price of homes (all types) should increase by as much (3%) to reach some $ 251,000. next year.

“Despite the anticipated rise in interest rates and another tightening of mortgage rules, (…) the demand for housing will be strong, explained this morning, the economist Paul Cardinal, director of the CFIQ Market Analysis Department.

At the same date in 2016, the latter warned the market on the risks of slowing real estate activity. “Things will have ended differently, had to admit the economist. I was seriously wrong.


In 2017, based on data from the first eleven months of the year, it is estimated that the median price of homes will have increased by 4% to $ 243,000. And sales should, for their part, be around 82,600 transactions, a surprise increase of 6% compared to 2016.

This upward trend is expected to be even stronger in the greater Montreal area, which, against all expectations, will have experienced an increase of 8% in the number of transactions in 2017 (compared to 5% in 2016), and by 7% the median selling price of single-family residences.