Although housing prices in Oakville, Burlington, Milton and surrounding cities dipped after reaching unprecedented highs in winter 2017, the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) says th
It's no secret that 2017 was a wild year in GTA real estate, and while it looks like 2018 will offer a little more balance and little less frenzy, experts believe we will continue to see prices inc
Condos, the last bastion of "affordable housing" in a hot real estate market, are becoming significantly more expensive.In fact, prices have climbed close to 20 per cent.  
Everyone with eyes, a TV and an internet connection (or at least one of those three things) knows that homes in Oakville, Burlington, Milton and the GTA have become, in some cases, prohibitively ex
No home type has taken more heat than the glossy, urbane high-rise and it looks like, hated though it may be by some segments of the population, the condo is here to stay and will only get more pop
After a few months of small but steady month over month decreases in low-rise home prices, the market appears to be showing signs of strengthening.
When house prices climbed to astronomical heights in the winter of 2017 (the time when some open houses attracted over 300 people a day and buyers paid $100,000 or more over-asking for modest and d
Houses in Oakville and Burlington are pretty incredible, as the town and city boast incredible mansions, chic family homes and trendy urban condos.
Although most Oakville, Burlington and Milton residents are aware that housing is expensive, fluctuating data can be confusing—especially for prospective buyers who aren't sure if now is a go
Affordable housing is hard to come by in Halton -- not everyone can afford to live here.