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Canada Real Estate: Ang Gastos ng Pagbili ng Home

Isinumite ng sa Nobyembre 19, 2012 – 5:43 saIsa Puna

Vancouver West End skyline, British Columbia, CanadaHow much does it cost to buy a home in Cana­da? And where are the chea­pest cities for housing?

Ang Cana­da Mort­gage and Hou­sing Cor­po­ra­tion (CMHC) recent­ly relea­sed their fourth quar­ter 2012 report on real estate prices in major Cana­dian metro­po­li­tan areas.

Van­cou­ver conti­nues to rank as the nation’s most expen­sive hou­sing mar­ket – by far.

Buying a place to live in Van­cou­ver in 2012 ay magkakahalaga ng more than double the price of a home in Otta­wa, Mon­treal, o Que­bec City.

The chea­pest cities? Saint John and Monc­ton in New Bruns­wick, along with Trois-Rivières, Que­bec. In Monc­ton, $156,750 would have bought you a home in 2012, a figure that’s expec­ted to hold fair­ly stea­dy in 2013.

Here’s a sum­ma­ry of the city-by-city results for 20 major metro­po­li­tan areas:

Ave­rage MLS Sale Prices (Ran­ked by 2013 Pagtataya)

Metro­po­li­tan area 2011 2012 (fore­cast) 2013 (fore­cast)
Van­cou­ver, BC $779,730 $730,000 $728,000
Toron­to, SA $466,352 $500,000 $498,500
Vic­to­ria, BC $498,300 $490,000 $485,000
Cal­ga­ry, AB $402,851 $411,000 $422,000
Kelow­na, BC $404,756 $403,000 $407,000
Otta­wa, SA $344,791 $353,000 $356,000
Hamil­ton, SA $333,498 $350,000 $352,000
Edmon­ton, AB $325,595 $334,000 $341,000
Mon­treal, QC $314,013 $326,500 $333,100
Sas­ka­toon, SK $309,823 $314,500 $322,500
Kit­che­ner-Water­loo, SA $312,305 $317,500 $318,000
St. John’s, NL $268,608 $280,000 $285,000
Hali­fax, NS $259,060 $268,000 $280,000
Que­bec City, QC $247,138 $260,000 $270,000
Win­ni­peg, MB $241,408 $255,000 $265,000
Lon­don, SA $233,731 $241,500 $242,950
Char­lot­te­town, PEI $189,924 $190,000 $192,500
Wind­sor, SA $166,008 $171,000 $172,000
Saint John, NB $170,354 $168,000 $167,500
Tatlong Rivers, QC $156,919 $159,500 $161,000

Para sa karagdagang mga detalye, or for infor­ma­tion about the hou­sing mar­ke­ting in other Cana­dian cities, makita ang Hou­sing Mar­ket Infor­ma­tion pages sa Cana­dian Mort­gage and Hou­sing Cor­po­ra­tion website.

And if you’re curious to know how hou­sing prices have chan­ged in the past seve­ral years, tingnan ang aming 2010 magpaskil, Cana­dian real estate: Ang halaga ng pagbili ng bahay sa ngayon.

Van­cou­ver West End sky­line pho­to by Ste­wart (fli­ckr)

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