InHalton recently wrote about the closing of a long established restaurant called Celli’s Osteria in Burlington.
There's never a dull day in real estate.Now that fall is here, the market is, once again, showing signs of change.
Purchasing a home isn't (for the most part) strictly a financial transaction, it's a very emotional one—and for good reason.
Anyone who's been house hunting (or just anxiously keeping track of real estate prices from afar) knows that houses aren't cheap.
We all know you’ve got to be ballin’ to own property (or properties) in Oakville.And there appears to be no shortage of ballers looking to buy.
It's true - rental and affordable housing is hard to come by all across Ontario. Our population is increasing and there may not be enough housing options available to support it.
When millennials began fretting (rightfully so) over skyrocketing housing prices in Halton and surrounding cities, some unsympathetic naysayers poo pooed their concerns, saying that young people wo
With the new wave of rules and regulations on rental housing across the province, and the cost of living at a high, it's no surprise that renters and the housing market alike are facing some unique
The housing market remained hot all summer, and the provincial government’s attempts to cool it down resulted in quite a few new measures, one of which was a Non-Resident Speculation Tax (NRST).
Burlington is one of Halton Region’s major population centres and a growing city in the GTA, clocking in at 183,000 people and counting as of the 2016 Census.