Best Mortgage Rates in Sudbury
Sudbury Mortgage Rates
City in Brief: The discovery of nickel ore led to the founding of Sudbury in 1883. The city is officially known as Greater Sudbury following a merger in 2001, making this the largest city in Northern Ontario and the largest city by land area in the province. The city became a world leader in nickel mining, and in the 1930s was the fastest-growing and one of the wealthiest cities in Canada. Sudbury is a bilingual city with more than 16% of the population speaking French at home.
Population: 161,531 (Source: StatsCan census, 2016)
Average Home Value: $250,900 (as of July 2017; Source: CREA)
Home Price Change (year-over-year): -3.2%
Minimum Down Payment: $12,545 (based on average home price)
* Note: This page lists lenders with branches in the city and mortgage brokers with registered offices in the city. For a full list of mortgage providers in the province, check the Best Mortgage Rates Ontario page. (Image source: Wikipedia)