Edmonton Housing Affordability
In Edmonton, a single-family house ownership costs take up 33.2% of a typical household’s pre-tax income. RBC considers that the affordability picture in Edmonton has not changed much.
|Edmonton Housing Affordability|
|Source: RBC. Q1 2017|
*The RBC Housing Affordability Measures show the proportion of median pre-tax household income that would be required to service the cost of mortgage payments (principal and interest), property taxes, and utilities based on the median market price for single-family detached homes and condo apartments. The higher the measure, the more difficult it is to afford a home.
The affordability measures are based on a 25% down payment, a 25-year mortgage loan at a five-year fixed rate, and are estimated on a quarterly basis for 14 major urban markets in Canada and a national composite.