In the month of July, Hamilton’ Residential Market has seen a steady rise in number of real-estate sales of 6.1 per cent according to RAHB (Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington) compared to 2018. Making the month of August a very promising and exciting time for those in the real-estate market.
The Hamilton Mountain region in the month of July has seen the most activity in homes sold. Overall the housing market in Hamilton is growing, attracting many from all around Ontario.
According MoneySense, Hamilton was ranked 7th best city in Canada to buy real estate in. Despite being neighbours to Toronto, and Niagara, Hamilton continues to thrive.
The Corktown neighbourhood was ranked best in Hamilton to buy, according to MoneySense due to its easy transportation to the GO and central Hamilton.
“The average price of homes in Corktown is about 5% less than in other downtown or central Hamilton neighbourhoods, and about 10% less than the average selling price of Greater Hamilton. “Romana King (MoneySense)
There has never been a better time for the real-estate market for this city that is filled with potential!
Want to find out more on the current Hamilton market? Make sure to check out our latest InHOUSE Summer 2019 News issue!