9 Reasons to Attend the 2013 City & Suburb Home Show

The City & Suburb Home ShowThe City and Suburb Home Show opens on January 31, 2013 at the Olympic Stadium. Are you interested in everything there is to know about homes? Then here are 9 reasons not to miss this event:

1. There are more than 400 exhibitors

Whether you’re buying, selling, renovating or redecorating a home, you will find people ready to help you with your project.

2. See several model homes in the same place

Scale models of houses are built on site so you can visit and discover the latest trends in homes.

See the model kitchen at the City & Suburb Home Show 20133. See several models of kitchens and bathrooms

Renovating the kitchen or bathroom is a worthwhile investment! Before starting your work, however, you should check out the achievements of professionals and get inspired by their creations!

4. Meet developers

You want to buy a new home? Seize this opportunity to meet developers from several regions of Quebec!

5. Ask the pros

It is rare to find so many professionals in the field of home trends and renovations under one roof. Enjoy the all the eye candy and get answers to your questions!

6. Find decorating ideas

Featured designers have a hand in many attractions at the show! Let yourself be inspired by their touch and the latest decorating trends.

Model homes at the City & Suburb Home Show 2013

7. The pavilion condo

The condominium is a form of housing that is becoming increasingly popular in Quebec. The pavilion condo allows you to familiarize yourself with this type of housing and see what is offered on the market.

8. View housing projects in development

Representatives of various municipalities will be on hand to present a range of lands for sale in new housing developments.

9. How to sell a house without commission

An info-session on how to sell your home without commission will be presented on site by the DuProprio team. Check the schedule


If you plan to buy or sell a home, visit DuProprio.com today.

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