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Listing # 18809543

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 2

519 Boul. Beaconsfield Beaconsfield, QC

Beaconsfield, 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Magnificent single storey located a few steps away from shops, schools and the ...

Listing # 12541894

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 1

360 Av. Claude Dorval, QC

Dorval, 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom. Single storey house. Opportunity for a contractor/developer. Large private lot of 9720 ...

Listing # 25226084


Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 1

Bathrooms (Partial): 1

42 Rue Joseph-Paiement Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC

DDO, 4 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms. Split-level carefully maintained by its owners since 1971. Magnificent hardwood floors ...

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Stefanie Cadou

Stefanie Cadou 

Courtier immobilier résidentiel

Phone: 514.481.0241  

Mobile: 514.885.3524  


HELPING YOU IS WHAT I DO  ... and what I love to do!

It is always a pleasure to put my energy, knowledge and professionalism at your service to support you in every step of your real estate transactions.

Whether you are planning to sell or purchase a home, my personalized approach and turn-key service will allow you to close the transaction with peace of mind, knowing that all the necessary steps will be covered and that you will benefit from my offer of Protection Royale, an innovative warranty program unique to the real estate industry for both vendors and buyers.

My 25 years in sales have taught me the importance of developing key partnerships.  I work in collaboration with professionals from various industries to ensure a smooth experience to all my clients and meet their needs.  You may be looking for a mortgage specialist, you may wish to renovate or inspect a property or to discover the hidden secrets of a neighbourhood.  Your family may even require assistance with a senior parent who needs to transition into a retirement home or assisted living residence. Whatever your need may be, I will assist you or refer you to the right service to assure you are in good hands.   

I strongly value the importance of providing impeccable customer service and paying attention to details.

With a combination of Passion, Professionalism and Dedication, one can only get Great Results!



Canadians are combining their buying power and co-owning homes with family and friends to combat unaffordability

Royal LePage Blog

High property prices, elevated interest rates and the rising cost of living has prompted many Canadians to rethink their lifestyle and housing needs. For some, this means pooling financial resources with other family members and friends in order to gain access to the housing market. By co-owning a property (with someone other than their spouse or significant other), homebuyers can not only divide the expense of homeownership among more people, but potentially access larger homes in more desirable locations that they may not have been able to afford on their own.
According to Stéfanie Cadou, residential real estate broker, Royal LePage Village in Montreal, cohabitation combinations are becoming increasingly diversified these days in order for buyers to gain access to home ownership, which for some means letting go of the option to live in complete solitude, a trend that emerged for many households during the pandemic and has remained permanent for some.
“The decision to buy jointly with family or friends nevertheless requires careful thought and the establishment of clear rules for living together,” said Cadou. “Preparing a cohabitation agreement – ideally notarized – can be beneficial to ensure that rules and obligations are respected by all parties. It is also essential to provide private and common living spaces so that all co-owners can pursue their respective daily routines without encroaching on each other.”
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Essential home features for Canadians planning to age in place

Royal LePage Blog

The home that Canadians expect to spend their golden years in is often purchased well before retirement. But, with those days so far in the future, it can be difficult to imagine which features would be essential at that time. 
Royal LePage recently surveyed its network of senior housing experts and found that while not all Canadian seniors are looking for the same features in a property they can stay in long term, most remain eager to stay in their own homes as they get older.
“"As the real estate market continues to see demand outstrip the supply of properties for sale, many baby boomers are thinking about their housing futures, including the possibility of aging in place," said Stefanie Cadou, residential real estate broker with Royal LePage Village in Montreal. 
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West Island seniors receive free iPads before the holidays

The free iPads will improve the quality of life of senior residents and their families.

Some West Island seniors received an early Christmas present Wednesday when free iPads were distributed at local CHLSDs.
The “iPads for Seniors’ Residences” campaign was an initiative of Lianas Senior Transition Support, in collaboration with West Island Community Shares (WICS)...

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Dynamic couple step up to help seniors in need of communications devices

B'nai Brith and MADA team up for rejuvenated food basket campaign - MADA  Community Center

" When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit last spring, senior homes in Laval were particularly hard hit.

 CJAD host Matt Del Vecchio of Life Unrehearsed and his wife Stefanie Cadou have launched their Go Fund Me campaign to provide new iPads for seniors residences in need..... Funds raised will go directly to the purchase of iPads. They will be hand delivered to seniors residences that will benefit from the generosity of donors." ..

The Suburban

Newly Featured in the Westmount Neighbours March 2019 issue


Click to download the March 2018 issue

A hard goodbye: Seniors often need help to sell the family home

It’s familiar, comfortable — and (hopefully) paid off. But without the momentum of an impending move, it’s all too easy to put off planning for an eventual change.


When you’ve been in the same home for 40 or 50 years, stuff tends to pile up.

Over the years, mementoes and bric-a-brac gather in dusty corners of basements, attics, garages, spare rooms, cupboards and closets, everything from boxes of forgotten family photos to the long-disused bins of camping equipment and bags of the children’s old toys.

One day you’ll go through it all, you promise yourself. You’ll have a big garage sale. You’ll box the best of it up and give it to the kids. You’ll donate the rest to charity. One day.

Days have a way of running out. Wait too long, and when “one day” comes, you may be physically incapable of making it down the stairs to the basement or lifting heavy boxes of books. Financial difficulties, illness, injury or death may impose new deadlines, adding another layer of stress to an already overwhelming task.

Many seniors prefer to stay in the family home as long as possible. It’s familiar, comfortable — and (hopefully) paid off. But without the momentum of an impending move, it’s all too easy to put off planning for the inevitable day when circumstances force a change.  (read more)

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