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Communities

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Barrie

Population

141,434

Size (KM²)

76.99 km2

Website

The City of Barrie continues to be one of Canada’s fastest growing and dynamic cities in Southern Ontario. Barrie is home to several facilities, reputable institutions, and schools including Georgian College, Royal Victoria Hospital, and Simcoe Muskoka Regional Cancer Centre.

Barrie offers it all, while maintaining a small town feel to its community. With affordable housing, dog-parks and a downtown surrounded by the waterfront, it’s no surprise that Barrie was recently ranked the 3rd best place to invest in Ontario Real Estate by Real Estate Investment Network. The City of Barrie fits the profile for any lifestyle and is a wonderful place to call home.

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Bradford West Gwillimbury

Population

35,325

Size (KM²)

201 km2

Located 40 minutes north of The Greater Toronto Area and surrounded by beautiful farmland. Bradford WG is a short distance from the GTA, with easy access to HWY 400 and  GO Train service, makes this community a prime location to conduct local business or commute from.

Bradford WG is a great place to invest in real estate, as it is growing fast. Giving various mixtures of rural, suburban lifestyle home ownership experiences, Bradford properties continue to increase in value while remaining competitively priced. Add in new recreation facilities like the BWG Leisure Centre, local festivities, quality schools, a public library, a historical downtown, conservation areas, and its own winery, it’s no wonder so many homebuyers are choosing Bradford WG.

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Brampton

Population

593,638

Size (KM²)

266.7 km2

Website

Brampton is a suburban city in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) part of the Peel Region. Once known as “The Flower Town of Canada” a title based on its large greenhouse industry. Today, Brampton’s major economic sectors include advanced manufacturing, retail, information and communications technology, meals and entertainment, life sciences and business services.

Being the third-largest city in the GTA and nine-largest city in Canada, Brampton is home to many. A large real estate area that continues to dominate the GTA’s real estate. A great place to raise a family with a calm peaceful suburban lifestyle. In Brampton, you will find Sheridan College which also has a campus in Oakville. With easy access to major highways, this city is a desirable location for those that wish to live in a suburban area but not too far from the busy city life.

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Caledon

Population

66,502

Size (KM²)

378.6 km2

Website

A quiet town located in the Peel Region of the Greater Toronto Area. Caledon is a developing urban area even though it remains primarily rural. This region includes many urban areas, small villages, while its major urban centre is Bolton, located on its eastern side adjacent to York Region.

Caledon is one of three municipalities of Peel Region. The town is located northwest of the city of Brampton. At over 688 square km, Caledon is the largest city or town by area in the Greater Toronto Area. Maclean’s magazine has named Caledon the safest town in Canada to live in for two years running.

Caledon is a quiet region that has beautiful scenic farmlands that provide a relaxing drive home for all families and individuals. In recent years, Caledon has been known for the new home development across the region. Take a look for yourself what the hype is all about!

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Essa

Population

21,083

Size (KM²)

279.6 km2

The township of Essa is located southwest of Barrie in Simcoe County. Essa residents enjoy spacious lots with scenic views and affordable property taxes without compromising access to major highways or amenities thanks to its short distance from major city centres.

Essa offers various types of mature homes that have been well maintained. This region recently built neighbourhoods that foster a suburban community. Thanks to its short distance from Barrie and other surrounding city centres, students living in this area have access to a variety of school systems at the elementary and secondary levels.

Even though many say Essa is an agricultural area, the town has diversified within its borders. These include a developing retail, commercial, and service industry sector. Combined with peaceful rivers, expansive parks, gorgeous landscapes, and convenient access to Barrie and Alliston, Essa Township is a place you do not want to miss out on.

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Greater Torronto Area

Population

6,418,000

Size (KM²)

7,124 km2

Website

The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is a popular cosmopolitan area in Canada. It consists of the central city of Toronto and the four regional municipalities which surround it: Durham, Halton, Peel, and York. Public transportation operators within the Greater Toronto Area, provide their services within their jurisdictions which makes it the perfect home for the daily commuter or one who loves to travel within the region. The Greater Toronto Area is home to five publicly funded universities, some of which are well known and respected throughout the world. Additionally, the GTA has another eleven private religious universities throughout the GTA.

Developments offering thousands of new home builds and condominiums are attracting a large number of buyers with a wide selection of mature and custom built homes available, satisfying the needs of any buyer. With outstanding luxuries and situated close to some of the region’s most beautiful buildings the GTA is a unique and flourishing region to call home.

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Hamilton

Population

747,545

Size (KM²)

1,138 km2

Website

Home of the The Niagara Escarpment, Hamilton Ontario is an absolutely beautiful place to live. From the lakefront to the mountain ranges and everything between, Hamilton is guaranteed enjoyment for anyone looking for an exciting place to call home. A 45 minute drive from the Greater Toronto Area, Hamilton is located off the major 400 series highway. Hamilton has tons to offer with its beautiful forestry to the sandy beaches bordering the lakefront. Made up of beautiful rural neighbourhoods and new condo developments, Hamilton has a place for everyone.

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Innisfil

Population

36,566

Size (KM²)

262.7 km2

Website

Innisfil is a beautiful community located just 80 km north of Toronto, on the western shore of Lake Simcoe. Real estate value in Innisfil has been steadily increasing due to its easy commuting distance to the GTA, a great deal of new residential and commercial development and proximity to the growing city of Barrie.

Innisfil is a community perfect for those who love outdoor activities and family fun. It boasts a range of parks, schools, and public libraries for those families looking to get involved in the tight-knit Innisfil community. Innisfil is home to many recreational facilities like the YMCA, Skydive Toronto, Sunset International Speedway and Georgian Downs, which hosts live horse racing each summer and OLG Slots.

The real estate market in Innisfil is ideal for homebuyers and investors offering new builds, condos and mature neighbourhoods with generous sized lots, Innisfil real estate is on an upward trend.

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Milton

Population

110,128

Size (KM²)

366.6 km2

Website

Milton is a town in Southern Ontario, located 45 minutes west of Downtown Toronto. Milton is one of the fastest growing cities in Canada. With such an increase in population in the past few years, Milton is a prime location for business and is full of new housing and condo developments as it is located. Milton is also home to Premium Outlet Malls – one of the largest outdoor retail shopping centres in Ontario. Let’s not forget the beautiful vast forests located within the region as Milton is on the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, it is home to the Bruce Trail. From trails to shopping centres, Milton is sure to please anyone looking for a great place to call home.

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Mississauga

Population

781,057

Size (KM²)

292.4 km2

A vibrant city located directly east of Toronto, Mississauga is a beautiful city with a perfect balance of nature and business. Home to the Marilyn Monroe Towers and the newly renovated Square One Shopping Centre, Mississauga is a destination anyone would love to call home. Through ease of access to major highways, travelling in and out of the city is no issue. Mississauga is also home to Pearson International Airport – as many residents work around or for the airport. If you enjoy shopping and restaurants or quiet nights on the lakefront, Mississauga has something to offer for everyone. A diverse city, there are people from over 100 different countries around the world currently living in the Mississauga region so no matter where you are from, you will feel at home.

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NewMarket

Population

84,224

Size (KM²)

38.33 km2

Located halfway between downtown Toronto and the beautiful cottage country, it’s no wonder that for numerous years Newmarket is named one of the best places to live in Canada by MoneySense Magazine. With easy access to the GO Train and major highways, a growing business environment and reputation for being multicultural and environmentally progressive, Newmarket is an increasingly popular destination for home buyers.

Newmarket residents have access to premium health care at Southlake Regional Health Centre, and can enjoy extensive recreation activities, public art initiatives and culture programs throughout the town. To meet the growing demand for occupancy the regions downtown core and transit system are being revitalized. A continuously growing suburban destination, the properties in Newmarket are high in demand.

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New Tecumseth

Population

34,242

Size (KM²)

2274.2 km2

New Tecumseth is a unique municipality consisting of three vibrant centers: Alliston, Beeton and Tottenham. A calm rural area and prosperous farming community, homeowners choose New Tecumseth for its small town charm, conveniently a short distance from Barrie and Newmarket, easy highway access, and natural beauty. New Tecumseth is home to several businesses, facilities and recreational amenities, including Honda Canada’s manufacturing plant, Nottawasaga Resort and Golf Course, and a newly expanded community center.

Single detached homes make up the majority of residences in New Tecumseth, however semi-detached and town homes are becoming available to accommodate a variety of homeowner profiles. Thanks to an expanding business sector, close community village feel and dedication to growth and development, this exciting community offers a great quality of life to its residents and makes for a great real estate investment.

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Orillia

Population

30,546

Size (KM²)

28.61 km2

Website

Located an hour and half north of Toronto and surrounded by Lakes Simcoe. The city of Orillia is an exciting combination of lifestyle and location. For several years, Orillia has been ranked among the top 10 communities in Ontario to invest in by the Real Estate Investment Network due to its affordable housing, not to forget the short distance to the major highways for the cottage country and the Greater Toronto Area.

Orillia is home to many facilities like Soldier’s Memorial Hospital, OPP Headquarters and satellite campuses for Lakehead University and Georgian College. Residents enjoy access to a state-of-the-art recreation complex, a brand new public library and entertainment destinations like Casino Rama, the Mariposa Folk Festival, and the iconic Orillia Opera House. Additionally, residents of Orillia can easily access many cycling and walking trails, as well as kayak and canoe rentals to explore the iconic shoreline. Real estate in Orillia has something in store for any lifestyle!

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Pickering

Population

88,721

Size (KM²)

231.6 km2

A quiet scenery city bordering Toronto, Markham and the lakefront, Pickering Ontario is the setting to new housing developments and many business opportunities. Pickering is a 45 minute drive from downtown Toronto located off the major 400 series highway.

A city established in year 2000, Pickering is a city that has been selected by the government for urban growth. The province of Ontario has selected Pickering as a location for urban growth plans. This location is a great area to raise a family or anyone that wishes to get away from the noisy downtown Toronto core.

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Richmond Hill

Population

201,125

Size (KM²)

101.1 km2

With a population that is steadily increasing, Richmond Hill is the third most populated municipality in the York Region. Located close to the major 400 series highway, Richmond Hill is a city that is easily accessible to those wishing to travel back and forth from downtown Toronto.

Home to Hillcrest Mall, a shopping centre with over 130 shops to visit. Richmond Hill is also the home to the David Dunlap Observatory, boasting the largest reflecting telescope in Canada. From high rise condos to the quiet suburbs, Richmond Hill is where you will find what you are looking for.

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Toronto

Population

2,809,000

Size (KM²)

630.2 km2

Website

It’s estimated that over half of Toronto’s residents were born outside Canada as the most multiculturally diverse city on the planet with over 140 languages that are spoken. Toronto is a blast: a vibrant, big-time city abuzz with activity. Some of the world’s most excellent restaurants are found here, alongside happening bars and clubs and various festivals.

The largest city in Canada and the fourth-largest city in North America with a booming real estate market. Toronto is the perfect home for any individuals looking to settle in a fast-paced environment or settle into the calmer scenic meadows. Edging Lake Ontario, Toronto’s waterfront has increased tourism and brought many more attractions to the city.

The condominium and the housing market in this city have not stopped moving. With the growth and increasing population in Toronto, new homes are being readily available for you and your family to settle in and enjoy the beauties of this remarkable city.

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Wasaga Beach

Population

20,675

Size (KM²)

58.43 km2

Website

www.wasagabeach.com

Located along the longest freshwater beach in Canada, the town of Wasaga Beach is more than just a popular summer tourist destination. Surrounded by panoramic views of the Niagara Escarpment, Wasaga Beach has increased more than 20% in permanent residency the past five years, making it one of the fastest growing communities in Canada. Rental properties and retirement living remain popular options in Wasaga Beach, however the real estate market is bustling with young families and working residents looking to invest.

Developments offering thousands of new home builds are attracting a large number of buyers with a wide selection of mature and custom built homes available, satisfying the needs of any buyer. With competitive purchase prices, exceptional amenities and situated close to some of the region’s most beautiful scenery, Wasaga Beach is a unique and flourishing community to call home.

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Vaughan

Population

313,893

Size (KM²)

273.5 km2

Located in the Regional Municipality of York, just north of Toronto. Vaughan was the fastest-growing municipality in Canada between 1996 and 2006, achieving a population growth rate of 80.2% according to Statistics Canada having nearly doubled in population since 1991. Being the 17th-largest city in Canada and fifth-largest city in the Greater Toronto Area, Vaughan’s diverse cultural arts, entertainment, accommodations, shopping and recreational pursuits will cater to the needs of every resident, visitor and traveler.

Vaughan is surrounded by King and Richmond Hill to the north, Caledon and Brampton to the west, Markham and Richmond Hill to the east, and Toronto, to the south. It is located approximately 25 minutes from Downtown Toronto. For anyone looking to start a family or simply be close enough to the main city to visit in no time but far enough to avoid the extra crowd. The city is made up of five major communities. Most residents (and even non-residents) identify more with these smaller communities than they do with the city as a whole.

No matter what you’re looking for: a quiet getaway, a historical learning experience, fresh local foods at Woodbridge Village Farmers Market, thrilling rides at Canada’s Wonderland, or an exciting night on the town – Vaughan has it all.