The average value of Ontario housing has just been revealed and this is actually lower than you think. Taking into account the size, the state of the homes and the market, the average house is estimated to be only $ 440,000.
Of course, you will not find this surprisingly affordable the price in Toronto is much, but you do not have to go that far. In fact, the city of Hamilton, about an hour from Toronto, is one of the sites in Ontario, where you can find over a hundred houses for less than provincial averages.
Hamilton has become a paradise lately, and now it is obvious why. With a provincial average of $ 440K, it is clear that not only Hamilton has hundreds of homes at that price, but even less.
They are neither condo, but rather actual houses and houses. For example, Hamilton has at least 35 houses currently on the market for less than $ 300,000, almost all of which are completely separate.
Hamilton is even better for millennial home buyers and extremely low house prices are not the only reason. As early as 2016, demographics reveal that the Millennium is actually the largest population in Hamilton. That means you'll be in good company if you decide to move there.
The town of Hamilton even has a program for assistant buyers for people with lower incomes who would like to buy property there. The program gives a simple loan to buyers for the first time, who currently hire Hamilton and have a household income of less than $ 80,000, which again seems to be deserved for millennia.
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Hamilton may be the best place for thousands of homeowners but this is not the only place with houses below the average for the province. You can also find affordable homes in places outside of GTA just like Kesuk in the north and Oshawa in the east, among others.
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