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Cottam Mortgage Information

Average Mortgage Loan in Cottam: $99,400

How Cottam Ranks in Ontario for Mortgage Business

The following table lists how Cottam ranks for mortgage applications sent to our website. The data collected is over a 7-year time frame. A location has to have a minimum of three applications to make the list. To find more information, simply click on a location.

RankLocation Contribution
391SWASTIKA, ON 0.012%
392BRECHIN, ON 0.012%
393SHARON, ON 0.010%
394NOVAR, ON 0.010%
395COE HILL, ON 0.010%
396COTTAM, ON 0.010%
397SCHUMACHER, ON 0.010%
398WARREN, ON 0.010%
399BRIGHT, ON 0.010%
401LARDER LAKE, ON 0.010%

Types of Mortgage Inquiries Received from Cottam

Type of Mortgage Application Form Selected  Percentage
of Inquiries
Mortgage Renewal: 16.7%
New Home Purchase: 16.7%
Refinance / Debt Consolidation: 16.7%
Mortgage Pre-approval: 16.7%
No Money Down Mortgage (discontinued): 16.7%
Investment: 16.7%
Total Application Types Found: 6

Age Demographics for Cottam Originated Mortgages

Average age: 40
Oldest age: 58
Youngest age: 33

Incomes for Cottam Originated Mortgages

The numbers below represent the average income of Canadians living in Cottam who have applied for a mortgage loan using the pre-approval application on Mortgage Super Brokers' web site.

Average annual gross income for
mortgage applicants in Cottam: $49,500.00
applicants within all of Canada: $60,852.54
Difference: ($11,352.54)

Note: Commercial loan amounts were not included for this section, only residential loans amounts from Cottam, Ontario were used.

Last mortgage report update for Cottam: Friday, July 1, 2016
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