Is Edmonton, Alberta, on your shortlist of cities to call home yet? If you’re looking for a place with endless summer days, affordable homes, large stretches of urban parkland, and a chance to watch the world’s greatest hockey player in person, then it should be. Learn more about what makes Edmonton soar.
Seeking a fresh start in Canada? Then it’s no surprise you’re considering Vancouver — it’s always a popular choice. A combination of modern urban living and exceptional scenery makes Vancouver one of the most desirable places to live in the world. Want to learn more about just what makes Vancouver shine? Let’s get moving.
Known for its large-city energy, diverse community, and endless opportunities, Calgary, the largest city in Alberta, is one of Canada’s fastest-growing cities. Thinking of moving soon? Calgary may become just the place to delight you, too. Find out more now!
Just northeast of Toronto lies the idyllic city of Markham — a collection of historic towns and villages, prestigious neighbourhoods, and newer planned communities. Explore what is now the seventh largest city in the province of Ontario. Could this be your next home?
Is it a good idea to move to Toronto? We think it’s a no-brainer. It’s obvious that Toronto’s a world-class city. But living in a world-class city comes with a price — Toronto’s expensive! Be prepared for higher living expenses and long commutes, depending on where you live. If you’re strategic in your choices, however, building a life in the City of Toronto can be extremely rewarding and fun! Find out more now!
You may have heard about the highways that create the rough borders around the city of Vaughan, as well as the complaints of traffic congestion — but have you heard about Vaughan’s upscale neighbourhoods, the new downtown with a transit stop connecting Toronto, the incredible conservation areas, and some of Canada’s top tourist attractions? Learn more now!
Following a brief pause in the midst of the 2008 financial crisis, the Toronto housing market — buoyed by a combination of low mortgage rates, low inventory, strong immigration, and suspected foreign speculation — continued a long run of precipitous growth. For perspective, if you bought a home in the city of Toronto in 2010, the value of that same home today has increased by at least 150%! A big part of this long-term gain has come most recently as the average sale price of a home in Toronto has increased by a staggering 40% since May 2020.
The West Coast of Canada is a picturesque and magical place to live, especially for outdoor enthusiasts and photographers. Many budget-conscious people choose Surrey, British Columbia, over other parts of Metro Vancouver due to its lower cost of living, mountain scenery, and beautiful coastlines. Read on to find out why Surrey, BC, might be the hometown you’ve been looking for.