Oakville city council members are having concerns regarding Bill 108; the province’s plan to introduce more affordable housing.
If you’re having trouble finding a reasonably-priced home in Oakville, Burlington, Milton or Halton Hills, you’re not alone—the housing market continues to challenge prospective buyers who are gra
While many people dream of owning a home in the Halton Region, some are discouraged by complaints about rising property taxes—and people who are already in the market often fret about escalating co
There’s no denying that real estate prices, and sales are constantly fluctuating in the Greater Golden Horseshoe in Ontario.
Overdevelopment, and development in general, has been a huge concern for many Burlington residents for the past couple of years.
Buying your first home in Halton can be a challenge. However, the federal government is hoping to help alleviate the pressure.
Can you survive on minimum wage in the Halton Region?The short answer is no. 
The town of Oakville has grown significantly in the last couple of years, and it is not showing any signs of slowing down anytime soon.
The housing market continues to rise little by little in the Halton Region.
Affordable housing has been a hot topic across the province for quite some time now.