Saskatoon makes more than one top-ten list

MSN Money just did a feature on the ten most expensive resale housing markets in Canada. It uses average selling prices from across the country for the month of August, 2010. Saskatoon came in at number eight on that list.

Meanwhile, Statistics Canada released some income figuresfrom the tax returns of Canadians and Saskatoon, with a median income of $77,740, recorded the largest year-over-year income gain to enter the top ten list of the highest income earning cities at number nine.

Canada's 10 Most Expensive Housing Markets Canada's 10 Highest Earning Cities (Median)
Vancouver - $680,782 Calgary - $91,570
Victoria - $471,929 Edmonton - $88,190
Toronto - $410,995 Ottawa - $87,160
Calgary - $385,712 Oshawa - $83,220
Edmonton - $326,550 Guelph - $81,920
Ottawa - $322,281 Regina - $81,480
Durham Region - $312,692 Greater Sudbury - $79,550
Saskatoon- $305,866 Victoria - $77,810
Hamilton - $299,812 Saskatoon - $77,740
Kitchener-Waterloo - $263,496 Kitchener-Waterloo - $76,600

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Norm Fisher
Royal LePage Vidorra

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