Top 10 Most Expensive and Affordable Markets

Where's the Money, and Where's the Opportunity?

Recently, Coldwell Banker released a study listing the top 10 most expensive and affordable markets, including average listing prices.

While this won't tell you what you can sell your home for, it does illustrate how location plays a key role in any real estate transaction.

Notice that Edmonton is one the most expensive, and Camrose one of the cheapest!

2013 Most Expensive Canadian Real Estate Markets.

1. Greater Vancouver, BC. Avg. Listing Price $952,069
2. Fort McMurray, AB. Avg. Listing Price $630,184.
3. Oakville, ON. Avg. Listing Price $624,187.
4. Edmonton, AB. Avg. Listing Price $499,333.
5. Calgary, AB. Avg. Listing Price $489,323.
6. Toronto, ON. Avg. Listing Price $472,913.
7. Ottawa, ON. Avg. Listing Price $453,931.
8. Port Perry, ON. Avg. Listing Price $449,583.
9. Kelowna/W. Kelowna, BC. Avg. Listing Price $447,660.
10. Whitehorse, YT. Avg. Listing Price $442,824.

2013 Most Affordable Canadian Real Estate Markets.

1. Grand Falls, NB. Avg. Listing Price $160,171.
2. Windsor, ON. Avg. Listing Price $189,420.
3. Westville, ON. Avg. Listing Price $206,180.
4. Amherst, NS. Avg. Listing Price $206,588.
5. Paisley, ON. Avg. Listing Price $208,533.
6. Oshawa, ON. Avg. Listing Price $214,325.
7. Aylmer, ON. Avg. Listing Price $227,533.
8. Camrose, AB. Avg. Listing Price $236,257.
9. Walkerton, ON. Avg. Listing Price $242,350.
10. New Glasgow, NS. Avg. Listing Price $245,329.

Source: http://hlr.coldwellbanker.com/PressRelease.html