Statistical Table

Number of units of assessment¹ and standardized average taxable value² by type of residential immovable, Outaouais³, fiscal years 2013-2017

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Unit 2013r 2014r 2015r 2016r 2017

Single-family residence4 n 98,595 99,885 100,922 101,793 102,593
$ 226,536 239,305 244,572 248,162 249,722
Condominium n 9,864 10,481 11,492 12,544 12,686
$ 172,717 182,572 184,254 192,198 192,811
Immovable/2 to 5 dwellings n 12,274 12,547 12,696 13,015 13,324
$ 261,509 276,540 285,246 290,453 293,283
Immovable/6 dwellings and over n 1,159 1,171 1,178 1,195 1,211
$ 1,251,813 1,315,252 1,436,728 1,433,894 1,432,291
Cottage/housekeeping cottage n 20,567 20,546 20,525 20,556 20,510
$ 145,136 152,996 159,636 165,275 167,509
Collective dwelling n 115 119 119 125 130
$ 3,056,447 3,098,782 3,213,798 3,220,033 3,224,907
Mobile home and trailer n 2,029 2,055 2,018 2,016 1,960
$ 66,076 69,966 74,018 73,872 75,437
Other residential immovables5 n 4,338 4,351 4,476 4,470 4,620
$ 50,189 53,248 53,668 55,664 56,653
  

1. Refers to the total number of units entered on the assessment roll. Please note that the number of units of assessment does not correspond to the number of dwellings.
2. The standardized taxable value represents the value entered on the roll multiplied by the comparative factor established for each of the fiscal years. The comparative factor is the inverse of the median proportion of the roll. The latter is established following the deposit of the roll and comprises the median datum of a distribution of individual proportions establishing the relationship between the sale price of properties having been the object of transactions and their assessment entered on the roll. It should be specified that the standardized average values for 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 in this table respectively represent the market conditions as at July 1, 2011, July 1, 2012, July 1, 2013, July 1, 2014 and July 1, 2015.
3. Northern, Cree and Naskapi villages as well as Indian reserves and settlements are not included in the totals for administrative regions . These territories are not subject to the Act respecting municipal taxation.
4. A single-family residence refers to any assessment unit comprising a residence with one dwelling only, excluding residential condominiums and mobile homes.
5. Includes provisional residences, outfitters, logging camps, trailer and mobile home parks, residential hotels and motels and spaces hein in divided co-ownership (parking spaces).
  
Source: Ministère des Affaires municipales et de l'Occupation du territoire, Évaluation foncière des municipalités du Québec.
Compilation: Institut de la statistique du Québec, Direction des statistiques sectorielles et du développement durable.
 
June 16, 2017
 

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