The decision to purchase your home is one of the most important decisions you will ever make, and will also be one of your largest investments. Done right, it can also be one of the most exciting and fulfilling times in your life! Kari Calder a saskatoon Realtor with Century 21 Fusion is there to help you through the process, and provide you and your family with the peace of mind that comes with knowing that you have a realtor working with your best interests in mind.
Trusted Saskatoon Real Estate expert from Century 21 share $450,00 across the board
from her Saskatoon Real Estate Blog
The average house price in Canada for the month of June ended up at $453,560. Comparatively, the average house price in Saskatoon for June was $360,550. Since last year, sales are up 9.6% across Canada. In Saskatoon, we saw a decrease or 0.3% from the same time last year. With the average house price sitting around $450,000, ever wonder what you can buy with that? Here’s a rundown.
In Yellowknife, the average house price for June 2015 was $449,567. There you can purchase a 3 bedroom home with granite counters, newer kitchen, and sprawling backyard leading onto greenspace.
Vancouver will net you less property for your money but that’s no surprise. for $458,000, you are able to purchase a a 1 bedroom/1 bath condo with a great city view. Average house price here was $631,962 for June 2015.
In Calgary, the average house price in June 2015 was $403,087 just down from the previous year at $407,166. There, you can purchase a 2 storey townhouse with 3 bedrooms/2 bathrooms, open floor plan with modern kitchen. This townhouse is listed for $469,900.
In Montreal, the average home price is $278,567 for June 2015. This unit, listed for $459,900, has 3 bedrooms, 2 balconies, and tons of character. It’s a suite contained within a large home located on the second floor.
St. John’s seems to get you a bit more for your money. For $459,900, this home includes a hot tub and basement suite. 4 bedrooms/4 bathrooms with over 2,600 sq ft. The average price of homes here for June 2015 was $280,605.
In Toronto, detached houses could easily net you over the $1 million mark. If you want to be downtown and around $450,000, then it’s condo living for you. This 1 bedroom + den condo is next to the Roger’s Centre and CN Tower but does not include parking.
In Saskatoon, you can buy this City Park character home that’s been renovated to include a loft style master bedroom. It’s 4 bedrooms/2 bathrooms and has a double garage.
If you’re looking to buy a home in Saskatoon or area, even if your budget isn’t $450,000, contact me and I’d be happy to educate you about our market and find you a place you can call home.
Saskatoon real estate agent
Century 21 Fusion