Invest in Tremblant Real Estate
Choosing to invest in Tremblant real estate could prove to be a winning strategy. The Mont Tremblant real estate market was hit hard during the 2008 financial meltdown. Nevertheless, the Canadian economy managed to stay strong in the aftermath of this world crisis. During this time Canadian banks prospered and today are among the largest banks in the world. From 2000 to 2002 Tremblant real estate was a favorite investment among Canadian, US, British and French investors.
Canadians Invest in Mont Tremblant
Beginning in 2002, Many Canadians from the regions of Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto invested in properties in Mont Tremblant making it one of the hottest resort destinations among Canadians. While the popularity of the mountain resort grew so did the property values and Tremblant real estate quickly exceeded other areas such as Saint Sauveur, and Sainte Agathe des Monts in popularity.
Mont Tremblant began to attract some of the wealthiest families in Canada many of which purchased properties along the 14 km (8.6 mile) stretch of beach along Lake Tremblant. Soon after investors from the United States, Great Britain and France began buying and building homes in Mont Tremblant including:
The Bronfman family, founders of distilled liquor company Seagrams, own a waterfront property on Lake Trembant as well as a family farm in La Conception.
The Molson Family, founder of Molson Brewery and one of the most highly respected families in Canada built a home on 256 acre mountainside property in Mont Tremblant.
Quebec born Laurence Stroll, a billionaire that made a fortune backing Tommy Hilfiger's clothing line is a member of Forbes list of billionaires. Laurence Stroll is also the owner of Canada's Circuit Mont-Tremblant race track.
Former professional NHL hockey player, Mario Lemieux, owns a $20 million dollar, 15,000 square foot palace on Lake Tremblant.
Greg Chamandy, co-founder of Gildan Activewear and his wife Chantal Chamandy live on Lake Tremblant in a 15,000 square foot home designed by Richard Landry.
Mitsou Annie Marie Gélinas is a Canadian pop singer, businesswoman, television and radio host, and actress.
Angèle Dubeau is a Canadian born violinist and a graduate and First Prize winner of the Conservatoire de Musique du Québec à Montréal.
David Johnston is the Governor of Canada,
French-Canadian race car driver, Jacques Villeneuve.
Millionaire fashion icon Tommy Hilfiger.
Celebrity actor Michael Douglas and his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones.