Arian Azarbar — Addressing the Low-Income Housing Needs in Montreal

Low-income housing is required in many areas throughout the world.

Arian Azarbar
Jun 7, 2018 · 3 min read
Arian Azarbar has a vision to improve affordable housing issues in Montreal.

Unfortunately, many places do not provide this type of housing. Oftentimes, it is due in part to what this would bring to the area that is asking for it. Arian Azarbar is a real estate expert and an interior designer that has been inside numerous homes throughout the Montreal area and has seen ways that they can be improved upon and built to last. With a vision, he has taken on a lot of jobs and seen a lot of the world around him.


Though many places in Montreal have seen a significant rise in affordable housing issues in the recent years, they continue to have a harder time providing enough housing options to give homes to citizens, especially those that are unable to afford the current cost of housing.

Problems with Low-Income Housing Units

When implementing a low-income housing unit to an area, many think that this would lead to the inevitable rise in crime rates. Many also feel that this would lower their own home’s value due to the low-income housing units that are right around the corner. This can also be something that is going to bring a new crowd to the area, which is what a lot of residents feel that they do not want to deal with.

Arian Azarbar, real estate mogul — low income housing does not necessarily mean increased crime rates.

Though these are all issues that people feel concerned about, it does not necessarily mean that they are true. They may bring with them problems and additional issues that need to be addressed, but they also bring with them additional ways to help society out and hopefully do some good in these many areas.

Addressing the Problem


Montreal has many cities and towns within it, many of which have high rents throughout. While this is affordable for some families, others are unable to pay the rent that are required to live there, even if they have a profession.

Arian Azarbar has seen numerous homes and offices while providing interior decorating throughout Montreal and feels that when the area looks more upscale, it doesn’t feed into the problems that usually are thought to come with the low-income housing for the area.

Arian Azarbar has helped develop numerous properties in the Montreal area.

Those that are thinking of adding to their homes, want to update apartments or have condos that require a facelift have found that Arian Azarbar provides insightful information, tips, tricks and services to spruce the place up and even add to the value of the space. Though the housing market is one of the most competitive, there are ways that can boost the benefits and cut back on the problems that would normally follow.

Arian Azarbar

Arian Azarbar is from the LaSalle burough of Montreal…

Arian Azarbar

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Arian Azarbar is one of the leading real estate professionals in the LaSalle, Montreal region. Arian has worked with government organizations & municipalities.

Arian Azarbar

Arian Azarbar is from the LaSalle burough of Montreal, Quebec. As a leading real estate professional in Quebec, Arian has experience in business management and entrepreneurship. This helps him excel as a real estate professional with unique strengths.

Arian Azarbar

Written by

Arian Azarbar is one of the leading real estate professionals in the LaSalle, Montreal region. Arian has worked with government organizations & municipalities.

Arian Azarbar

Arian Azarbar is from the LaSalle burough of Montreal, Quebec. As a leading real estate professional in Quebec, Arian has experience in business management and entrepreneurship. This helps him excel as a real estate professional with unique strengths.

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