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Moncton housing.

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) pronounces Moncton housing to be “among the most affordable in Canada”.

The Moncton market saw a very slight price drop in 2016, and buyers will continue to enjoy stable prices in 2017. The average price of a home in the city is just under $170,000, according to the CMHC.

Average Home Prices in Moncton.

DateHome Prices
Q1/14$162,765
Q2/14$161,749
Q3/14$164,093
Q4/14$159,386
Q1/15$153,021
Q2/15$158,043
Q3/15$168,153
Q4/15$163,072
Q1/16$149,713
Q2/16$167,434
Q3/16$164,524

After years of steady price growth, the cost of new single-detached homes in Moncton dropped in 2015 and now sit at an average of about $310,000. Forecasters see limited upside in this category due to high inventory levels and the large gap that exists between new and resale home prices.

New Home Prices in Moncton, Single-Detached

YearPrice
2011$276,730
2012$291,990
2013$313,181
2014$318,943
2015$302,000
2016$307,500

About Moncton.

Located in southeastern New Brunswick, Moncton is at the geographic centre of the Maritimes. It’s also the former railway and land transportation hub for the region, hence its nickname, "Hub City." The city offers visitors and locals everything from family outing destinations to an array of cultural venues and art installations. Moncton also boasts a strong economy and an unemployment rate under 6%, well below the national average.

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