A new development could be in Burlington's future.What kind of a development you may be wondering.A six-storey condominium building.
A strong and stable economy is always a good thing, but with stability comes something prospective homebuyers often fear the most—interest rate hikes.
We have some good news and some bad news for prospective homebuyers in Oakville, Burlington and Milton.The good news?Home prices have dropped year-over-year.The bad news?
It’s no surprise to hear that it can be prohibitively expensive to purchase a home in some of the Greater Toronto Area's most in-demand cities.
or the past few years, the same question has been on almost every prospective home buyers' lips: What's driving up housing prices in Oakville, Burlington and Milton?
A few weeks ago, an Angus Reid survey revealed that the lack of affordable housing in Toronto and the overall GTA is making people miserable (their words, not ours).
We have some good news for sellers and less good news for buyers—the Toronto and GTA real estate market is going strong (meaning home prices are up a little on a year-over-year basis). 
Most people are aware that it can be prohibitively expensive to purchase a home in one of the GTA's most in-demand cities.
At a time when one major report has officially indicated that it’s quickly becoming cheaper to own a home
It’s no secret that renting is expensive, but the astronomical increases are—believe it or not—working to ensure that renting is no longer (or at least rarely) a cheaper alternative to homeowners