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Ang 10 Cheapest Cities sa Bumili ng isang Home sa Canada

Isinumite ng noong Disyembre 6, 2012 – 8:02 saWalang mga Puna

Along the riverfront in Windsor Ontario CanadaIf you want to buy a four-bedroom, two-bathroom house, the chea­pest city in Cana­da is Wind­sor, Onta­rio, where your « dream home » will cost an ave­rage of $170,991.

But if you’d rather set­tle in Van­cou­ver, which fre­quent­ly ranggo kabilang sa mga pinakamahusay na lugar sa mundo upang mabuhay, that same home will set you back a cool $1.8 milyon.

A new stu­dy by Cold­well Ban­ker Real Estate found that five of the ten most affor­dable mar­kets in Cana­da are in Onta­rio, with three addi­tio­nal mar­kets in Atlan­tic Cana­da, one in Alber­ta, and one in Bri­tish Columbia.

Sur­pri­sin­gly, Nia­ga­ra Falls – often consi­de­red Cana­da’s top tou­rist attrac­tion – is one of Cana­da’s least expen­sive cities to buy real estate, ran­king #6 in the Cold­well Ban­ker study.

Ang 10 chea­pest Cana­dian cities include:

Lungsod Ranggo Ave­rage Home Price
Wind­sor, SA 1 $170,991
Rim­bey, AB 2 $201,950
Wel­land, SA 3 $218,354
New Glas­gow, NS 4 $218,641
Amherst, NS 5 $224,662
Nia­ga­ra Falls, SA 6 $228,858
Bakas, BC 7 $232,300
Smiths Falls, SA 8 $232,343
Trent Hil­ls, SA 9 $237,800
Corn­wall, SA 10 $239,750

 

Van­cou­ver is the nation’s most expen­sive hou­sing mar­ket, with the Van­cou­ver sub­urbs of Rich­mond ($1,181,654) and Bur­na­by ($917,968) isara sa likod.

Among Cana­da’s other large cities, ave­rage prices were $500,233 in Otta­wa, $468,474 in Edmon­ton, $466,183 in Toron­to, at $409,900 in Cal­ga­ry. The stu­dy did not include Mon­treal or Que­bec City, where prices are typi­cal­ly below those in Cana­da’s other major metro­po­li­tan areas.

Mag-click dito para sa buong Cold­well Ban­ker Home Lis­ting Report.

And for ano­ther take on Cana­da’s chea­pest cities, tingnan ang aming kamakailang post, Cana­da Real Estate: Ang Gastos ng Pagbili ng Home, which recap­ped the Cana­da Mort­gage and Hou­sing Cor­po­ra­tion’s fourth quar­ter 2012 report on Cana­dian real estate prices.

Wind­sor Onta­rio river­front pho­to by Andrea_44 (fli­ckr)

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