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Current City Standing within Alberta

RankLocation Contribution
269:VETERAN, AB 0.003%
270:LAC DES ARCS, AB 0.003%
271:LESLIEVILLE, AB 0.003%
272:DEBOLT, AB 0.003%
273:MONARCH, AB 0.003%
274:SHAUGHNESSY, AB 0.003%
275:OYEN, AB 0.003%
276:SEVEN PERSONS, AB 0.003%
277:ATMORE, AB 0.003%

Age Demographics for Monarch Mortgage Applicants

Average age: 44
Oldest age: 48
Youngest age: 41

Incomes for Monarch Mortgage Applicants

The figures below represent the average income of people living in Monarch who have submitted an inquiry using Mortgage Super Brokers' pre-approval application.

Average annual gross income for
mortgage applicants in Monarch: $71,840.00
applicants within all of Canada: $60,836.57
Difference: $11,003.43

Note: Commercial loan amounts were not included for this survey, only residential mortgages from Monarch, Alberta were used.

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