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Michel Turcotte

Commercial Real Estate Broker

A trusted partner, with over 25 years of experience.

Active in Commercial Real Estate since 1988, Michel specializes in Corporate Real Estate and represents businesses and government entities searching for space or wanting to sell, lease or sublease commercial properties.

MBA graduate and CCIM designee ( ), he has the training, experience, networks and tools to respond to most of his clients needs.

Offered services:
  1. Client representation for acquisition, leasing or selling of commercial properties
  2. Lease renewal, expansion
  3. Sublease
  4. Lease restructuring
  5. Government bid proposals
  6. Market analysis
  1. Functional analysis
  2. Financial analysis (including buy or lease)
  3. Demographic analysis
  4. Strategic planning
  5. Advisory services (corporate and institutional)
  6. Outside-Quebec mandates (CCIM & Royal LePage networks)

We offer businesses a range of commercial real estate services to identify, analyze, negotiate and conclude the best opportunities available on the market.


We offer property owners a wide range of services that maximize chances of success  for the sale, leasing or sub-leasing of commercial properties.

CCIM expertise: The competence of the individual, the power of networks

The CCIM is a distinctive advantage exclusive to approximately six percent (6%) of commercial real estate professionals.

Affiliated networks
Examples of completed transactions
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CLSC Metro:
Lease renewal,
downtown Montreal
Negotiation of lease agreements for more than 70 sites for telecommunications antennas
Royal LePage Quebec:
Lease negotiation, administrative
centre, Brossard
Quebec Professional Association of Real Estate Brokers (APCIQ)
Leasing of surplus space, Île-des-Soeurs head office
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Montreal Alouettes
Football club
Lease renewal, administrative office, downtown Montreal 
Relocation by tender, call center in downtown Montreal
Negotiation for new service center in Vancouver and lease renewal in Edmonton (industrial and offices)
Automatic Systems
Lease renewal and expansion, Brossard
(industrial and administrative spaces)
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Who represents my interest?

In Quebec, the Real Estate Brokerage Act (chapter C-73.2, r.1 section II) stipulates that: « A licence holder must protect and promote the interests of the party represented and act towards all the parties to a transaction in a fair and equitable manner.»

Interests of the owner/landlord being different than the ones of the tenant/buyer, you have a clear benefit in choosing a broker who will exclusively represent your interest and negotiate in accordance with your specific needs, taking advantage of his experience, strong analysis tools and in-depth market knowledge.

Who pays what?

Brokerage fees depends on the type and size of transaction and are generally assumed by the owner/landlord, within predetermined amounts to be divided between brokers and other representatives.

It’s important to understand that the tenant/buyer doesn’t usually save money or commissions (paid to owner/landlord’s broker anyway) by negotiating directly with the owner/landlord and that he often only deprive himself of an experience representative with useful negotiation skills and access to critical market informations.

Can you help to renegotiate my lease?

Absolutely. The approach is similar to the one used when searching for new space, but the option to remain at the same location is the first and/or only option. All market data and analysis are gathered and a negotiation plan is developed in collaboration with our client.

Do you work as a team?

We believe in the value of merging different expertise. In our case, we start with a father & son team where Michel focuses on specific brokerage activities (research, prospecting, visits, negotiations) and Eric is in charge of data, analysis and marketing (support).

We also work with other brokers or tailor-made teams, specific for each project. Theses groups can include designers, architects, project managers or other internal or external ressources.

Are you working on confidential mandates?

Yes we do. Confidentiality is often required at different levels for commercial mandates and we make sure our clients have access to different tools or documents such as professional confidentiality agreements and virtual datarooms, with controlled access. Confidentiality procedures are adapted to each project and usually detailed in the agreements with our clients.

What is the OACIQ?

The Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec (OACIQ) ensures the protection of members of the public who enlist the services of real estate and mortgage brokerage professionals governed by the Real Estate Brokerage Act.

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The perfect combination for your commercial real estate advisor

Michel Turcotte, MBA, CCIM

Commercial Real Estate Broker

(514) 707-1887

For space users (tenants and buyers)
For commercial property owners