For many people, homeownership is a dream—and it's a dream that's slipping further and further out of reach in a region (and province) where detached homes cost up to or well over $1 million and b
There's never a dull day in real estate and 2017 and 2018 were definitely interesting—and in many ways, worrying—years.
For many Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Halton Hills and GTA residents, homes are becoming increasingly less affordable.
Buying a home can be a grueling and challenging time in your life, besides getting a mortgage, insurance and finalizing anything else for the transaction.
The 10 year challenge has been the latest trend circulating the Internet for quite some time now. But, in case you haven't heard of it, or seen it, let us explain.
If there’s one thing everyone in the Halton Region (and the GTA, for that matter) can agree on, it’s this: It’s very expensive to live in the city. 
The housing market in Halton fluctuated quite a bit in 2018.
This Place: This house includes a spacious living room, a sleek master bathroom, a modern family room, a two-bedroom basement apartment, and so much more.
Owning a home in the Halton Region is expensive, there's no denying it. And in a lot of cases, renting can be pretty pricey too. 
There is increasing concern over the lack of affordable housing options in Ontario, and the province has responded by announcing changes to allow more building of homes by developers.