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Where to Buy a House in Canada

Canada is a diverse country that boasts a huge array of beautiful cities, many of which are both affordable and scenic options for the purpose of buying a house. The country’s housing market has remained strong for decades and while places like Vancouver and Toronto are still pretty expensive to own a home in, here we have listed out some other cities where you can buy a house without burning a hole in your pocket.

Windsor, the southernmost city in Canada, has an average home price of around 164,123 dollars. Because of its close proximity to Detroit and Michigan, the city has a long history in automobile manufacturing and thus, the automobile industry, along with the internet industries; casinos etc. employ a large number of people in the area. This, in turn, ensures high employment rates and the low housing rates that the city is known for.

High-income levels and housing rates as low as 162,928 dollars makes the seaside city of Charlotte town one of the best options for home buyers. With a population of just around 32000, the city has a small town and homely feel to it, with Government, healthcare, light manufacturing and education acting as the driving factors in its economy. Charlotte town’s beaches, running trails, fields and golf courses also make it a perfect vacation spot.

The city of Saint John or in fact anywhere in New Brunswick is a great choice to buy a house. With the local economy depended on shipbuilding, forestry, mining, information technology, tourism etc., the level of income is high, which in turn has played a role in housing rates being as low as 168,221 dollars. Saint John also boasts of many museums, theatres, breweries and art galleries and its strong Irish heritage compares with the likes of cities like New York and Boston.

Sydney boasts of some of the lowest housing prices in the country with the average cost of a house just around 98,338 dollars. While a slow economy makes it difficult to find high-quality work, beautiful and affordable cottages set by the ocean side, more than compensate for this.

Moncton is again, one of the most affordable places in Canada with housing rates as low as 198,650 dollars. Moncton is a transport hub and though it suffered due to the recent recession, it has re-emerged stronger and has low unemployment rates. Education and Healthcare are huge factors in the economy, as are call centres that employ thousands of people.

Fredericton is an educational and research hub that is home to the St Thomas University, University of Brunswick etc. The presence of such colleges and research centres provide a shield of protection to the local economy, resulting in a steady flow of income and housing prices as low as 156,000 dollars. Crime statistics, however, rank the city as third, which can act as a hindrance and prevent people from purchasing homes here, despite being cheap.

Apart from the six cities mentioned here, Canada also has many other cheap locations like Gatineau, Regina, Thunder Bay etc. that are also places that you can buy a house in without blowing up all your money in the process

The Best Places to Live in Canada

When people think of the most beautiful places in Canada, a lot of them think of the huge number of mountains, water bodies and scenic beauty that the country boasts of, not its cities. Canada is, in fact, a diverse, culturally rich country that has some beautiful cities as well.
In this article, we have listed out some of the best places to live in Canada.

Ottawa, the nation’s capital, often called a government town, has the highest standard of living in Canada and apart from its array of government buildings, also boasts of many other architectural gems. It is also home to a large number of tech hubs and employs over 70000 people in the tech sector alone. This is probably why the unemployment rate here is as low as 5 percent. Ottawa is a safe and reasonably affordable city with, unfortunately, very cold and harsh winters.

Montreal, which is much larger than Ottawa, is rich in terms of its culture, food and beauty and thus a good destination for shopping, interesting restaurants, nightlife and concerts. High rated for its liveability, it boasts of a bigger student population than any other city and is ranked one of the best cities for studying abroad.

Often rated as the most beautiful city in Canada because of its fairy-tale architecture, Quebec City is the only one in Canada and the US to still have its original city walls. A UNESCO world heritage centre, Quebec City, like Ottawa, also grows jobs thrice as quickly as its growing population and has an unemployment rate of just 4.3 percent.

Surrounded by water, Vancouver has the largest population and mildest climates of all cites in Canada. The city boasts of stunning scenery and gorgeous beaches, making it a popular filming location and earning it the title ‘Hollywood North’. Vancouver is, however, a pretty pricey and luxurious place to live in.

A large, populous and busy city, Toronto is a favourite option for many immigrants to settle in. It thus boasts of a harmonious multicultural population and is a truly cosmopolitan city. Known also for its low crime rate, economic hubs and stable climate, Toronto is one of the best places to live in.


Calgary, a prosperous and diverse city in the province of Alberta, is the third largest urban area in Canada. With its huge skyscrapers, diverse and vibrant neighbourhoods, Calgary can easily remind one of New York City. This city has the lowest tax rate in the country and is a popular destination for engineers, mechanics and business professionals. Calgary also boasts of affordable housing and more sunshine than any of the other cities in Canada.

Halifax is often ranked one of the best cities to live in and boasts of the third most affordable housing market in the country. The city is also known for its warm, moderate climate, vibrant nightlife and huge historical buildings, making it a favourite option to reside in.

Canada is an immensely large and diverse country and of all the different, beautiful cities it includes, the seven mentioned above is perhaps the most popular options to make the cut for the best places in the country to live in.

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-Sean Gardon

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