Partnership with Anges Québec


Anges Québec and the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ are teaming up to foster the emergence of the next generation of real estate developers and to help existing developers in search of financing and coaching.


  • Solid knowledge of the real estate market
  • Five years’ experience in real estate development or construction projects
  • Knowledge of the municipal bylaws surrounding the project
  • Excellent personal and business credit rating


  • Access to capital for your project from Anges Québec investors and the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ
  • Maximize capital availability
  • Benefit from the expertise of real estate professionals
  • Capitalize on the Anges Québec network and know-how of an angel, who provides coaching throughout your project


  • Funding available for projects ranging from $5 million to $25 million 
  • Anywhere in Québec 
  • In any real estate segment:
    -Residential rental
    -Residential condos
  • Developer invests 5-10% of the project cost 
  • Angels invest in the form of equity financing following a presentation and a detailed analysis of the project 
  • The Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ also makes an equity investment, leading to the formation of a partnership
  • Construction loan provided by a bank or financial institution
  • Duration of partnership: two to six years 


Anges Québec

 Anges Québec
Anges Québec is a network of over 180 private investors that identifies, finances and coaches promising Québec entrepreneurs. Relying on its expertise with innovative entrepreneurs, Anges Québec now offers members the opportunity to invest in real estate projects.

Anges Québec

Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ and Anges Québec partnership, open the pdf
Brochure Ange Québec

For more information

Contact us:

Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ

514 847-5700

Anges Québec
Chantal Dalpé, MBA, Adm.A
Vice-president Real Estate
514 652-4717

Message from the President and CEO, Normand Bélanger, ASC, CIRC

Our teams

Geoffrey Ancinon

Geoffrey Ancinon

Project Manager


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