Monday, 19 September 2016

Your Home Made More Than You Did Last Year..

In other words, for the typical Canadian, your home made more than you did last year, 
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“And that pile of bricks (or lumber, or plaster, or glass) just sat there, while you had to grind it out every weekday and maybe more.”

Here’s how much your house made — or lost — by city of residence.


Greater Toronto: $107,362Average house price: $746,546, up 16.8 per cent in a year


Greater Vancouver: $103,881Average house price: $1.026 million, up 11.3 per cent in a year

Montreal metro area: $12,317 Average house price: $353,535, up 3.6 per cent in a year


Halifax-Dartmouth: $8,212 Average house price: 290,421, up 2.9 per cent in a year


Calgary: $752 Average house price: $466,717, up 0.2 per cent in a year


Edmonton: -$1,257 Average house price: $374,365, down 0.3 per cent in a year


Ottawa: -$5,287 Average house price: $378,389, down 1.4 per cent in a year

Article Courtesy huffingtonpost.ca