Last month, Burlington’s real estate market was as hot as weather as the regional realtor's association marked a more than 25 per cent uptick in action from last year at the same time.
A recent report shows that Burlington real estate is on the move again following months of uncertainty due to COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic has started to negatively impact asking rents in Oakville and most of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), according to a report.
The real estate market is starting to pick up steam in the Hamilton-Burlington area, according to February's market stats.
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.
With the real estate market heating up for the spring, Zoocasa released a 
Burlington Mayor Marianne Meed Ward issued a statement after concerns were raised by residents around Millcroft Golf Club.
Despite two incomes being better than one when it comes to real estate, single-person households have become the most common type in Canada for the first time in our nation's history.
Sales of homes in Burlington and surrounding areas in the first month of 2020 saw a little bit of a rebound from December sales.
The City of Burlington Planning Department made its recommendations as part of the “Take a Closer Look at the Downtown” report presented to the planning committee.