Village Real Estate: A Growing Trend

A growing trend I see in  Lifestyle focused real estate is a term I like to call, ‘Village Real Estate‘.

Village real estate recognizes the fact that the most desirable, in demand areas in the GTA are the neighbourhoods that offer a village lifestyle within a larger community. Today’s savvy home buyers are picking community first, before they choose the home.

Village Real Estate: A Growing Trend

From Burlington to Toronto, the areas I see in most demand are the Villages. They have parks and amenities that are in walking distance. They are personal neighbourhoods where not everything is the same. They are the areas that residents like exploring, because the story and the search is part of the fun.

The reason Village Real Estate is becoming so popular is that the infrastructure already exists, there’s access to parks, more green space, shops and walking distance amenities. Areas such as Port Credit, Streetsville and Clarkson Village in Mississauga, downtown Oakville, Bronte Village and downtown Burlington further west have all been undergoing tremendous re-development over the past decade and they will be continue to grow.

It’s not all cookie cutter suburban west of Toronto, you just have to know what areas to look in! If living in a Village is a lifestyle that appeals to you, let’s talk!

 

Village Real Estate: A Growing Trend
Jeff O’Leary is an award winning Realtor® located in Mississauga, who spends his days helping home buyers and sellers in the west GTA. As a husband and father of 3 boys, Jeff has a passion for lifestyle and community. Phone: 905-363-4622 Email: jeff@jeffoleary.ca
Village Real Estate: A Growing Trend
Village Real Estate: A Growing Trend
Village Real Estate: A Growing Trend
Village Real Estate: A Growing Trend
Phone: 905-363-4622 Email: jeff@jeffoleary.ca

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