Your Orangeville and Surrounding Areas Real Estate & Community Events Guide
According to home sale figures released by the Toronto Real Estate Board, the average price of a home sold in Orangeville is on a steady rise. While that might sound disheartening for buyers, there are so many opportunities in Orangeville, it really outweighs that factor. With endless possibilities, everything from detached homes, townhomes, condos, farm and vacant land as well as cottage getaway homes, anything you could possibly think of can be found in Orangeville. Not to mention the business opportunities. It is an easy commute for those who work in the city but enjoy living in a small-town atmosphere. It offers endless variety of restaurants and plenty of unique downtown shops. It continues to grow with new developments and interested home buyers looking for their first time home or forever home. It truly is a great place to be! Orangeville offers many festivals throughout the year, including a personal favourite, the Jazz and Blues Festival on the first week of June. There is also a Farmers Market hosted from the beginning of May until the end of October, Founders Day Fair which celebrates the past, present and future of Orangeville with live music, street performers, children’s activities, great sales and fantastic art. Don’t forget the Harvest Celebration, Moonlight Magic and Tractor Parade, Fall Fair and Ribfest. Whether you are looking for a casual lunch, romantic dinner or tasty treat to go, downtown Orangeville has you covered. There is also so much to do. Whether you explore the art walk of the tree sculptures, hop on board to the Credit Valley Explorer Train, walk, bike, hike or ride through the Island Lake Trails enjoying the beautiful scenery and witness nature in its purest form or experience the talent performing at Theatre Orangeville, there is so much fun and excitement to be had in Orangeville.
Caledon Real Estate & Community
People who live in Caledon enjoy the country lifestyle just steps from the city. The scenic countryside, charming villages and hamlets, and urban centres offer something for everyone. Many people think that with the low inventory throughout the GTA, that finding your home is near impossible, but instead of listening to those who are on the outside looking in, trust us when we say now is your time to get what you are looking for before it becomes out of reach. It is in fact true that we have been setting record highs in real estate prices this year, however, there are parts of Caledon, and homes in Caledon in general that are still affordable. Whether you are looking for a starter home, or something to make yours forever they are available to you. With us on your side, we can guarantee that we can and will find something that fits your needs. After all, Caledon is a beautiful place to be. It is rich in arts and culture with beautiful river systems, parks and many conservation areas, it is truly breathtaking all year round. If shopping piques your interest, Caledon offers numerous unique shops and boutiques from clothing, art, jewelry and stunning antiques! Enjoy fresh produce, meats and baked goods from various farms offered at the Caledon Farmers Market or on-market farms. It is renowned for its culinary delights and exceptional chefs that will always guarantee to please. Enjoy family getaways close to home at the Botanical Gardens, Caledon Trailway and the Bruce Trail, Conservation Areas and Live Theatre. They also offer tons of amazing events such as Caledon Day, Caledon Fair and the Canada Day Strawberry Festival just to name a few. There is something for everyone in Caledon.
Brampton Real Estate & Community
Since the start of the year, Brampton’s real estate market has remained hot! A report at the beginning of the year stated that the lack of listings in Brampton helped drive prices upwards and that was coupled with the fact that low interest rates made it a good time to buy for many people, further reducing the number of homes on the market. However, Brampton continues to grow and has quite a bit of inventory in comparison to other areas. With new homes being built on what seems like every end of Brampton, there is tons of opportunity to get in on this hot market. Downtown Brampton provides tons of character in their century homes and contemporary buildings all while in a very convenient location close to the theatre, Garden Square and beautiful year round scenic areas like Gage Park. While the expanding Mount Pleasant area offers modern living just outside of the city. Named one of the most culturally diverse cities, Brampton offers tons of opportunities for homes, work and fun. Over the past decade, due to home growth, Brampton has seen new recreational centres, parks and many more amenities to fit everyone’s needs. Not to mention the convenience of being located just minutes to Caledon, Georgetown, Mississauga and the highway with great public transportation making getting around a breeze. It has become a popular area for young families to grow and there is no question as to why!
Georgetown Real Estate & Community
Georgetown has gained popularity over the last decade due to the small town feel just outside the city. While we may not have public transit here in town, the GO Station does provide access to the city and we are just minutes from the highway. There has been an exponential growth in homes in the past few years making it a hot spot for families, young and old to relocate to. Yet somehow, the inventory is very low. Finding a home in Georgetown can be difficult, however, we are here to help. With the growing Georgetown South, the quaint areas of Delrex and Doctor Moore, or the country side of Glen Williams there are endless possibilities to find exactly what you are looking for. You just need someone to be on the lookout for these homes as they pop up on the market. Georgetown is a great area for young families to grow up with great schooling, libraries and a great community centre. Downtown Georgetown is vibrant and exciting with independent shops and great restaurants for you to experience. The fall fair and Santa Clause Parade are great fun for the whole family and the Farmer’s Market offers tons of local produce and great products to make your Saturday mornings a little more special. There are tons of shops, markets and restaurants throughout town including the delicious Mill Street Cheese Market downtown or the newly reopened Copper Kettle in Glen Williams. The Marketplace is a great place to grab a quick bite to eat or do some shopping, while the Premium Outlets on the cusp of Georgetown and Milton offer great outdoor shopping with great deals. Georgetown really is a great place to live, work and grow your family.