ontario real estate

In early 2022, homes in Toronto seemed to sell overnight as bidding wars became the norm and competition remained fierce.

But by the end of the year, high-interest rates and the anticipation of lower prices had sidelined many prospective buyers. Come December, the average Toronto home was spending more than a month on the market.

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This home for sale in Ontario is literally next-level and it's just as unique on the inside as it is on the outside. The contemporary house is listed at $1,000,000 and comes with an indoor pool.

Located in Fort Erie, this artistic abode boasts views of the lake and has a shortcut to the water. The three-bedroom, four-bathroom home is "nestled in deep courtyard with privacy and comfort" and has a unique split layout.

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This Ontario home for sale is like a private spa retreat and it looks like the perfect spot for a staycation. The property features tons of trees and a backyard oasis complete with a waterfall pool.

Located in Braeside, the "stunning" Nordic-style home boasts approximately 2700 square feet of space making it ideal for large or multi-generational families. It's listed at $924,700.

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To rent or to buy? It's a question many Ontario residents are struggling with as the price of homes and rental rates continue to remain costly in the province.

Which is cheaper? According to the latest data from Point2Homes, that question is like asking what the difference between a rock and a hard place is in 2023. There's a difference, they just both suck.

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On Monday, U-Haul released its annual list of the top 25 Canadian growth cities for 2022, highlighting which Ontario spots were most appealing to movers during the year.

The rental company's growth index is based on the net gain or loss of one-way moving trucks arriving in a provincial area as opposed to those departing throughout the calendar year.

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