It can be hard to afford a home in Oakville, especially for new homebuyers. And if you're a millennial like me, it's likely that buying a home is out of the question in the near future.
While it's no secret that houses are costly in Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Halton Hills and beyond, people looking to get into the market might be happy to hear that home prices have remained fai
Roughly 17 per cent of Canadian baby boomers are planning to purchase a new home in the next five years, a new survey finds.
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
This Place: This stunning, custom Oakville home is just steps to Bronte Park. With a chef’s kitchen and a bonus large basement with a walkout, it’ll take your breath away.
It's already tough to purchase a home in Oakville, Burlington, Milton or Halton Hills, what with detached homes typically running buyers an absolute minimum (on average, at least) of $800,000 (most
If you're a millennial or Gen X and are struggling to afford a house you might want to sit down for this one because it's about to get even more unfair.
In May, the new home market in the GTA saw another increase in the prices of condominium apartments.
If you are—and you happen to be fabulously wealthy—you might be happy to know that 10 very expensive homes are waiting for brand new owners to call them their own.
While the real estate markets in Oakville, Burlington, Milton and beyond have become known for their costliness, the overall GTA market actually remained somewhat steady in terms of price fluctuati