Consult the municipal assessment role

Free service giving access to the immoveable designation, area of the land, cadastral number, assessment and the amount of taxes for the current year.

By-law 2021-07 Transfer duty rates

By-law 2021-06 Special duties

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Property assessment roll

The property assessment roll is an inventory of all the properties (land and buildings) located on the territory of the municipality.

The current roll is established and managed by the independent firm of chartered appraisers retained by the MRC de Memphrémagog, Jean-Pierre Cadrin and associates.

The appraiser files a new assessment roll for a period of three years (the “three-year roll”).

The current three-year roll was filed in September 2023; it covers the years 2024, 2025 and 2026.

The purpose of reviewing the roll every three years is to ensure that properties are valued to market for reference and comparison.

The roll may, at the option of the municipality, be renewed for a second period of three years without being revised. This makes it possible to break down the costs of preparing the roll over six years, particularly when the variation in the values ​​of the real estate market is less.

Unless there is a modification to the property (eg construction, demolition), the value indicated on the roll is valid for the duration of the three-year roll.

Request for review

A request to review the value entered on the roll for a property can only be filed in the following cases:

  • Following the filing of a new three-year roll: a request for review must be filed before May 1 of the first year of application of the roll;
  • Following the update of the assessment roll (ex: registration on the roll of a new building, an extension): a request for review can be filed within 60 days of the date of dispatch of the notice devaluation.

In all cases, the request for review must be produced on the prescribed form, sent to the MRC de Memphrémagog and accompanied by the fees payable.

For any questions regarding requests for review, contact the firm Jean-Pierre Cadrin et associés at 819 843-3635.