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What $400K Will Buy You In Every Major City In Ontario

A list of affordable homes across the province.
Ontario Homes That Are Selling For $400,000 Across The Province

It's no secret that finding an affordable Ontario home in 2020 is no easy task. Millennials looking to buy their forever homes are facing a different landscape than their Generation X predecessors. Luckily, if you're looking for a home under half a million dollars, there are still some options around some of Ontario's major cities. 

Many factors go into finding a home in a city that isn't going to cost upwards of $500,000. However, one of the biggest factors is the location.

According to Zoocasa, the cheapest city to own a home in Ontario is Thunder Bay, which has an average home price of $217,745.

The most expensive area to settle down in is in the Greater Toronto Area, which has an average home price of $804,584.

So, if you're looking for something super cheap, the best way to do so is to move out of the GTA. 

However, there is a lot of wiggle room in between those two pinnacles that don't force you to pack up your life and move up north to avoid renting.

Hamilton, London, and even Ottawa all have a variety of homes that you are able to score for a cheaper price. 

Lucky for you, we've compiled a list of $400,000 homes across several Ontario cities to give a glimpse into how location deeply affects your options.

Modest Oshawa Home

Price: $409,900

Address: 425 Vancouver Cres., Oshawa, ON

Description: A quaint Oshawa home that is reasonably priced by GTA housing standards. It might not be glamorous, but it's cozy and affordable.

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Two-Storey London Home

Price: $400,000

Address: 334 Burlington Cres., London, ON

Description: A cozy well-priced place that offers both space and comfort.

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Modern Hamilton Home

Price: $429,000

Address: 75 Niagara St., Hamilton, ON

Description: A home with a remarkably modern-looking interior. It also has a rather unbeatable price for the area.

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Spacious Ottawa Home

Price: $409,900

Address: 551 Louis Toscano Dr., Ottawa, ON

Description: A great home for a relatively reasonable price. It even comes with its own fireplace to keep you warm during those chilly Ottawa winters.

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Gorgeous Windsor Home

Price: $349,900

Address: 372 Gladstone Ave., Windsor, ON

Description: If you want a moderately-priced house with serene views, look no further than this adorable home.

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Large Kitchener Home

Price: $400,000

Address: 51 Folkstone Cres., Kitchener, ON

Description: A conveniently located three-bedroom home with a large backyard.

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Beautiful 4-Bedroom Home In Sudbury

Price: $399,900

Address: 701 Connaught Ave., Greater Sudbury, ON

Description: A comfortable and spacious house with plenty of windows for natural light.

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Cute Niagara Home

Price: $315,000

Address: 4824 6 Ave., Niagara, ON

Description: A bright home that makes up what it lacks vertically with a cute design.

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Toronto Condo

Price: $475,000

Address: 208-100 Coe Hill Dr., Toronto, ON

Description: You can't purchase much of a home in Toronto for a measling $400,000 but you can get a tiny condominium for nearly $500,000.

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Unique Thunder Bay Home

Price: $399,900

Address: 410 Vickers St., Thunder Bay, ON

Description: A home whith an unbeatable price tag rivalled only by its unique aesthetic.

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3-Bedroom Kingston Home 

Price: $354,900

Address: 318 Quarry Pond Ct., Kingston, ON

Description: This quaint home in Kingston has everything you need, including easy access to the 401.

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