PHOTOS: Halton's most (and least) affordable homes

 

The spring market - typically the busiest season of the year for real estate - is evidently in full swing across the  Halton region markets, as sales see strong increases across the board. However, a lack of supply continues to be the defining challenge for homebuyers, who are experiencing greater competition and spiraling home prices, while sellers are seeing markets turn increasingly to their favour. 

Compared to nearby regional markets, Halton saw an overall smaller increase in new listings growth, with 1,116 homes brought to market, up just 5.9 per cent. Meanwhile, home sales experienced a scorching increase of 51 per cent, with 769 transactions over the month of February. As a result, the region plunged deeper into a sellers' market with a sales-to-new-listings ratio of 68.9 per cent and a hotter-than-ever average home price of $977,617.

Here are the most (and least) affordable Halton homes sold on Zoocasa.


Most Affordable Homes

115 - 5317 Upper Middle Rd, Burlington

$390,000

Beds: 1+1 
Baths:
 1 
Sqft: 
700-799


201 - 49 Park Ave, Halton Hills

$385,000

Beds: 2
Baths:
 
1
Sqft: 1,000-1,199


1002 - 1270 Maple Crossing Blvd, Burlington

$375,000

Beds: 1
Baths: 1
Sqft: 800-899


1 - 75 Mcintyre Cres, Halton Hills

$330,000

Beds: 1
Baths: 1
Sqft: 700-799


101 - 2411 New St, Burlington

$260,000

Beds: 1
Baths: 1
Sqft: 400-499


Most Expensive Homes

3147 Hampton Crt, Burlington

$2,785,000

Beds: 6
Baths: 5
Sqft: N/A


1410 Willowdown Rd, Oakville

$3,250,000

Beds: 4+3
Baths: 7
Sqft: N/A


2260 Chancery Lane W, Oakville

$3,800,000

Beds: 3
Baths:
1 
Sqft: 
3,500-5000


85 Barringham Dr, Oakville

$3,980,000

Beds: 4+1
Baths: 6
Sqft: N/A


274 Donessle Dr, Oakville

$4,100,000

Beds: 4+1
Baths: 7
Sqft: N/A


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