Abgeschickt von Toronto-Jack am 30 September, 2003 um 20:48:32:
Antwort auf: betriebskosten von sabine am 30 September, 2003 um 18:37:35:
Genau kann ich DIr leider nicht helfen aber schau mal unter :
Da findest Du links in Sachen Lebenshaltungskosten in Manitoba Ist doch schon mal ein Anhaltspunkt ! Gut ist auch Real Estate agenten kontaktieren .
Manitobans generally enjoy a high quality of life and a low cost of living. Compared to other Canadian provinces, Manitoba’s real estate prices are very affordable and even those with modest incomes can afford to buy a home. Many young people are able to rent an apartment or buy a house.
Winnipeg enjoys one of the most diverse housing markets in Canada, with homes ranging from brand new, previously unoccupied houses to charming older homes surrounded by large trees in established neighbourhoods. The price of a home varies depending on the area of the city, but all sell for well below the price of comparable homes in other major Canadian centres. An executive detached two-storey home that sells for approximately $193,500 in Winnipeg would sell for over $270,000 in Calgary, approximately $378,000 in Vancouver and $418,000 in central Toronto.
Generally, housing and land prices in rural Manitoba are lower than in Winnipeg. Depending on the community, a three-bedroom, single family detached house on a 5,500 sq. ft. (511 m2) lot lists for between $45,000 and $140,000. Small "hobby farms", from 20-160 acres (8-65 ha), with a house and farm buildings, list for anywhere between $50,000 and $350,000. Housing and land prices vary depending on type, size, location and condition. Generally, the closer land is to Winnipeg or to a body of water, the higher the prices.
Residential property taxes vary by municipality, but are generally lower in rural areas than they are in Winnipeg. Average residential property taxes are under $2,200 per year for homes valued at an estimated $80,000, and are under $2,700 per year for homes valued at an estimated $100,000.