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New Brunswick Quick Statistics
Population: 751,000
Largest New Brunswick Cities:
Saint John: 68,000
Fredericton: 50,500
Moncton: 64,100
Others: Dieppe, Edmundston, Miramichi

New Brunswick
New Brunswick is one of Canada’s three Maritime Provinces. Its provincial capital is Fredricton, but Saint John is the province’s most populous city. New Brunswick holds a populations size of about 750,000 people. New Brunswick is a great location to find a new home. Visitors from all over the world come to New Brunswick for its tourist attractions such as its cruise ships. It is also the site for the New Brunswick Museum and Kouchibouguac National Park, and Magnetic Hill Zoo (just to name a few). Despite the decrease in New Brunswick’s exports of commodities, the employment rate in New Brunswick’s urban centers has reached record levels, and as a result, this province has continuously attracted new residents during recent years.

Notable Areas:

Greater Moncton
Moncton (often referred to as “Hub City”) is a Canadian situated in the southeastern region of New Brunswick.  The Greater Moncton Area consists of a population size of about 126,400 people and is the most populous census metropolitan area in New Brunswick.  There are a number of ways in which residents can enjoy their leisure time in Moncton. The most popular park in the area is the Centennial Park, which offers an artificial beach, skiing and hiking trails, and boating ponds.  This metro area has one of the fastest growth rates in Canada. In 2010, the city posted the highest volume of Home Listings - sales in the Province of New Brunswick. Price growth is expected to range between 3-5% during the years of 2010 and 2011. The average home sales price in Moncton’s real estate market is about $155,500.

Saint John
Saint John is a Canadian city that sits in the South Central region of the Province of New Brunswick and is laid along the North Shore of the Bay of Fundy at the mouth of the St. John River. With a population size of 68,000 people, Saint John is the largest city in the Province of New Brunswick. This city has consistently posted the highest average resale price in New Brunswick in recent years and is expecting the Home Listings - sale price to rise to $179,000 in 2011. Demand for single-detached homes will remain stable for the time being. There are plans for new developments of residential units as well. Saint John is a fantastic place to search for your future real estate investment. The verage price of a home price in Saint John’s real estate market is $175,500. The average home price for a singe detached singe family house is $275,000.

New Brunswick Real Estate Market Snapshot:
New Brunswick Real Estate Market:
Households: 295,870
Single Detached Homes: 716,770

Saint John, N.B. Real Estate Market (2010)
Home Listings - Sales: 2,000
Home Listings - New Listings: 4,100
Average Single Detached House Price: $275,000
Median Single Detached House Price: $250,000
Average Saint John House Price: $175,500

Moncton Real Estate Market (2010)
Home Listings - Sales: 2,475
Home Listings - New Listings: 4,200
Home Listings - Average Price: $155,500
Average Single Detached House Price: $227,000
Median Single Detached House Price: $209,900

Fredericton, N.B Real Estate Market (2010)
Home Listings - Sales: 2,250
Home Listings - New Listings: 4,400
Home Listings - Average Price: $166,500
Average Single Detached House Price: $250,000
Median Single Detached House Price: $239,900

Education/Income:
Average Income by Level of Education (New Brunswick:
University Bachelor’s Degree: $46,200
Median Total Income (2008): $59,790

Average Income by Level of Education (Moncton--N.B):
Below Bachelor’s Degree: $26,200
University Bachelor’s Degree: $45,700
Above Bachelors Degree: $68,900

Average Income by Level of Education (St. John-N.B):
Below Bachelor’s Degree: $27,400
University Bachelor’s Degree: $53,600
Above Bachelors Degree: $70,500


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