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Saint John mortgage rates remain near all-time lows, so now is a great time to apply for a mortgage, renew your loan, or refinance in the city. It’s no secret that lenders in Saint John (and in New Brunswick generally) are competing hard for new business right now, which means borrowers are getting some of the best discount mortgage rates in the country.

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Saint John housing.

Recently, the housing market in Saint John has been very stable. The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) says both home starts and home sales have fallen over the past two years, while prices have risen, albeit modestly. The average price of a home in Saint John is now just above $170,000. Realtors point to low mortgage rates as the main reason why prices have held up in the face of declining overall housing activity.

The CMHC expects home sales in Saint John to slow down in 2017 as the Canadian economy gains remain slow in the region and as falling commodity prices reduce employment.

Average Home Prices in Saint John.

DateHome Prices
Q1/14$170,733
Q2/14$169,687
Q3/14$176,142
Q4/14$176,178
Q1/15$156,322
Q2/15$167,142
Q3/15$172,397
Q4/15$178,333
Q1/16$158,401
Q2/16$172,272
Q3/16$172,747

When it comes to new homes, prices have risen slightly in Saint John, with buyers paying $364,000 on average for a detached house in 2016.

New Home Prices in Saint John, Single-Detached

YearPrice
2011$315,414
2012$288,966
2013$314,255
2014$362,267
2015$369,000
2016$364,500

About Saint John.

Saint John is the largest city in New Brunswick and the second largest city in the Maritimes. It’s also a town that boasts many awards, including being a Top 7 Intelligent Community in 2012 and CBC Maritime's Cultureville in 2011.

Four times regarded as "Canada's Most Affordable City" by Runzheimer Canada and the CMHC, homebuyers in Saint John enjoy a generally stable housing market with prices that are well below the national average.

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