It's no secret that millennials are going to have trouble purchasing homes, but few people stop to think about millennials will, directly or indirectly, actually change real estate.
If there's one question that's been on everyone's minds these past few months (maybe years), it's likely been this one:
This Place: This 5,000+ square foot luxury home boasts soaring ceilings and beams for a lodge-like feeling, 25 acres of landscape, a quaint, secluded property, and an inground
Although Brampton has a thriving business community and a wealth of job opportunities for residents, more than a few people commute outside of the city for work and a number of commuters make their
Although homes are still expensive locally and nationally, all data points to a moderating real estate market with lower sales and, in some cases, declining month-over-month prices.
We’re in the middle of the innovation corridor, we’re the ninth largest city in Canada, our population is expected to hit a million in just over 20 years, and everyone’s talking about a future-read
This Place: This 2,000+ square foot luxury home boasts an open concept floor plan, a cozy interior, a finished basement, and three-car parking!
This Place: This 4,000+ square foot custom built bungalow features eight-foot high solid doors, a five-piece spa bath, and it sits on an almost one-acre ravine lot.
This Place: This 5,000+ square foot country retreat boasts a wine cellar, a sauna, and a pond for fishing and swimming.
Who's afraid of the real estate market?Quite a few buyers, apparently!