10 Super Cheap Houses For Sale In Every Canadian Province That Cost Less Than $100K
One house costs under $60,000!
The cost of buying a home in Canada can feel a little overwhelming at times, but there are actually some seriously cheap houses for sale right now. In fact, so many properties even cost under $100,000!
In terms of what you can get for that amount of money, it all comes down to where exactly you live.
In some areas of the country, you can find quite a few listings for under $99,999,while in other locations (even places that typically have a less expensive market) all you can find is a plot of land.
If you are able to spend six figures on buying a home, here's what you can get in each Canadian province based on listings that are currently active.
A plot of land surrounded by trees.
Address: 5 St Peters Rd, Five Houses
Description: If you're looking to break some ground on your own, this 10-acre plot is a blank canvas to build yourself whatever your please, like a cozy cottage or something a bit more sprawling.
It comes with a tree-lined border for privacy, so you won't have to deal with any nosy neighbours, either.
Just keep in mind you'll also need to budget in the money to actually build!
A green coloured two storey house.
Address: 14 Mcdougall St, Glace Bay, NS
Description: This single-family home features three beds, two baths, and lots of upgrades, like laundry on the upstairs floor.
It's also within walking distance to all amenities and a bus stop, which is a plus if you don't own a car.
The listing notes that it can either make a great starter home or be used as a way to bring in some "decent" rental income.
A two storey house with a walk up.
Address: 476 Queen St, Dalhousie, NB
Description: If you're looking for a little bit of luxury, this two-bed, one-bath property may be for you. It has a large back porch, a sunroom, a jet tub in the bathroom, and a basement with a den.
It's only a two-minute walk to a nearby marina and 15 minutes to groceries, high schools and elementary schools, which is perfect for growing families.
Newfoundland & Labrador
A bungalow property with a red door.
Address: 9 Hawkins St, Grand Bank, NL
Description: This "charming little bungalow" has two bedrooms and a third bedroom that was converted into a laundry room but can be reverted if need be.
It's located in a quiet area with "very few sources of noise nearby, if any," for those who like the peace.
A green two storey house.
Address: 15 Rue Bryson, Fort-Coulonge, QC
Description: This "cute two-story home" has two bedrooms, approximately 1340 square feet, a very spacious ground floor and a detached garage.
The listing says it's ideal for a handyman as some renovations need to be done on the interior but notes that many other important renovations were recently done.
A two story house.
Address: 307 3 St, Rainy River, ON
Description: It's hard to find a place for under $100K in Ontario, but this three-bedroom, one-bathroom house fits the bill. There's a master bedroom and bathroom on the main floor and two additional bedrooms upstairs which would be ideal for a family with older children so everyone can have their own space.
It's also just a mile away from the American border if that's something that's important to you.
An apartment building.
Address: 9-722 Maryland St, Winnipeg, MB
Description: This relatively inexpensive condo in Winnipeg is just minutes away from downtown and is also located across from a park for a little green moment or space for your dog to run around in.
It has an open concept design, updated kitchen, newer appliances, comes with parking, and there is laundry on site.
A bungalow with an "O'Neil" sign.
Address: 304 Railway Ave, Mortlach, SK
Description: This two-bedroom, 934 square foot house is a bit on the smaller end but it makes up for it with a beautiful open veranda that offers stunning views of the Prairies.
It also has a huge fenced yard with trees and a fire pit area for cozy nights.
A one story house with a deck.
Address: 5511 Gravel Ave, Donnelly, AB
Description: This five-bed, one-bath home features a spacious living room with large windows that allows plenty of natural light into the home as well as a fireplace to keep things cozy in winter.
Apparently the previous owner had a bit of a green thumb so there's also a large greenhouse, a landscaped backyard and many gardening spots, fruit trees and flower gardens.
Address: 28 Aspen Pl, Tumbler Ridge, BC
Description: Lastly, this three-bed, one bathroom mobile home is within walking distance of an elementary school and the downtown core. It's located in a "quiet cul-de-sac" and gets plenty of natural light in the kitchen and living room.