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Current Mortgage Rates in Nova Scotia

We shop the most competitive brokers, lenders and banks in Nova Scotia to bring you today's lowest interest rates, free of charge! Our comparison charts list current Nova Scotia rates, and are updated on a daily basis. To compare a certain category, click on the "See All" button for more details.


Nova Scotia Housing Market Forecasts1

Nova Scotia’s economic growth rate will decrease over the next two years as there is a pullback in investment spending in the energy sector. The remaining growth will come from increasing energy prices. A few possible infrastructure and energy projects in Halifax will push the economic growth for the province should they occur. The strong Canadian dollar will continue to negatively affect Nova Scotia manufacturers and exporters.

Metropolitan Area Year Housing Starts MLS Total Sales MLS Average Sale Price
Halifax 2010 2390 5766 $251,116
2011(*) 2410 5700 $258,000
2012(*) 2180 5700 $263,000
St. John's 2010 9262 20996 $398,764
2011(*) 1475 3350 $255,000
2012(*) 1425 3200 $260,000

Nova Scotia Mortgage Brokers

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References and Notes

  1. CMHC

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