This question goes out to any members who are active flippers in Quebec Canada.
I'm looking to put my first deal together and there's a certain aspect off Quebec legislation I need to know about regarding the need of RBQ#.
My plan is to purchase and flip over the winter then offload in the spring/summer. I would want to do most of the work myself but after looking into laws regarding contractors and such it came to my attention I may not actually legally be aloud to do this unless I get an rbq#.
My question is what is the type of liscense I should get and is it actually worth it after everything is all said and done. Would I be better off just looking across the river to Ottawa for my first project??
Hello Richard, i am an active flipper in the greater montreal area.
it all depens on the type of holding that you will be doing.
-You can make renovation yourself or manage in your house without having an RBQ since you are a 'proprietaire occupant'
-If you want to build new construction you need to get you 'auto-constructeur' license
-You are supposed to hire only rbq license holder to work on your project but you wont get a fine for not doing so
-when you will sell, buyers will be reassured that a pro did the job
-get a legit electrical and plumbing company since they garantee their job
I suggest you do a few flips and after check out if the rbq is worth it,
I dont know about the Ottawa market, is it good?