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Houses for Sale in Burlington
MLS Burlington is your one stop shop for all access to the most recent Burlington homes for sale on the market. MLS Burlington detached homes for sale can be found as low as $400,000 making it a desirable city for many new home owners, first time Burlington home buyers and investors. This city makes buying a large investment property in Burlington affordable and offers for good cash flows as it is a very desirable city to many people looking for a home in the west end. Burlington homes for sale also has great options for singles and small families as there are many Burlington condos and townhouses for sale for below $250,000. Why rent when you can purchase houses for sale in Burlington at these great prices? Burlington is a great area to get into home ownership with no regrets as the city of Burlington offers great homes, great builders, great location, great amentities and overall fantastic prices hard to find elsewhere in the Greater Toronto Area. Burlington homebuyers looking for great schools don’t have to look far as Burlington is apart of the Halton District School Board, which is home to some of the finest education centers. Burlington is also home to McMaster University and the Canadian College of Dental Health. Burlington homes for sale are also near to the beautiful Royal Botanical Gardens which is home to the world’s largest lilac collection. A beautiful site to see by far!
As of 2011 the population of Burlington was 175,000 and continues to grow as more people choose Burlington to call home. Houses for sale in Burlington is a go to city for many homebuyers these days. Relatively affordable when comparing to other homes for sale in the Halton area Burlington offers beautiful neighbourhoods and homes for sale all at affordable prices for the average home buyer making it one of the hottest markets out there right now. Located just west of Oakville and Milton, Burlington homes for sale offers more Lakeside living options for the nature and water lovers. Burlington is accessible by the QEW and Hwy 407 and also has the GO Train running through the city of Burlington. Some of Burlington’s bigger parks include Taywood Park and Millcroft Park which also includes the Millcorst Golf Club for the golf lovers. Sherwood Forest Park and Bronte Creek are close to Burlington homes for sale. Homes for sale in Burlington are also close to the Burlington Mall centrally located in the city for all residents to enjoy by Farview St and Guelph Line. Other notable events near Burlington homes for sale include Sound of Music Festival, Spencer Smith Park and Burlington Art Centre. This is only scratching the surface when discussing all of Burlington’s highlights and why it is a great place to call home. For more information on MLS Burlington you can visit the cities main website here or of course contact one of our highly experienced and knowledgeable Burlington real estate agents to keep you in the loop of new Burlington homes for sale.
Burlington: Top 4 Neighbourhoods Starting in $800K and Growing Faster Than TRREB Average
To be precise, there are several options starting in the mid $840K range.
But first, let’s set the stage with this. The 5 year and 10-year property value appreciation averages for all communities in the Toronto Region Real Estate Board (TRREB) are 58.09% and 144.33%, respectively. For context, the TRREB is the largest board in Ontario covering neighbourhoods from East Gwillimbury to Hamilton, and up to Sauble Beach.
This means if you bought in any of these communities five years ago, your property value could have increased by 58.09%; and by 144.33% if you bought ten years ago.
Over the same period, Burlington actually performed best in Halton Region with 69.12% in 5 years and 161.83% in 10 years.
Here are the top 4 neighbourhoods that offer great growth rates to help you estimate your value as an owner, and benchmark prices for buyers.
As you can see, there are high-performing options performing, some doing so above the Municipal and TRREB averages over both 5 and 10-year horizons. And no, they’re not all condos!
I’ll be happy to take a specific look at your current status and wealth plans to help you decide if you should buy, sell, refinance, and invest in any neighbourhood you’re considering. We could even do a comparative analysis so you’re crystal clear and confident on what the next 5 to 10 years of wealth could look like for you and your family.
P.S. If you’re wondering about other areas in Halton, check out stats on Oakville and Milton, and a special feature on Bronte here.
*All figures are based on the August 2021 Housing Price Index Summary Report prepared by Altus Group for the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB).