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St. Agatha, ON

St. Agatha, ON is located just to the south west of Waterloo and Kitchener Ontario. Residing just to the north of highway 9, this is a small community that is not considered a suburb of Waterloo. So if you've been looking for a small community in which to live that is outside some of the more populated areas, you'll find that St. Agatha may provide exactly what you've been looking for. Here we'll try to find out more about this lovely area in terms of real estate opportunities, recreational activities, and educational opportunities for your young students. After reading through the information provided here, you'll have a better understanding about St. Agatha, and how this area may provide a few solutions when it comes to your relocation needs.

" Real Estate

Real estate is probably one of the most important aspects you'll need to consider whenever relocation is required. Now, it's important to understand that location is always important when it comes to real estate, and you'll find that St. Agatha will not leave you hanging in this area. There are a number of opportunities you'll be able to take advantage of when it comes to that perfect single or multifamily home, commercial property, or land for new construction. Regardless of your needs, you'll be able to find exactly what you're looking for in this beautiful area.

" Parks and Recreation

Whether you like to enjoy outdoor activities, golf, or water sports, you'll have all that you could possibly need in the area of St. Agatha, ON. Foxwood, Rebel Creek, and Dundee Country Club will provide all that is needed when it comes to your golfing needs. If you like a little outdoor recreation, picnics, jogging, or hiking, you'll be able to visit the Laurel Creek Conservation Area. Here you will find a number of activities that you and the entire family will be able to enjoy.

" Education

Now, regardless of the reasons you're looking for a small community, St. Agatha, ON will not be able to provide for your educational needs within the township. However, you are only a short distance away from Waterloo and Kitchener, Ontario, which will be able to provide the educational requirements for your young and older students. You will have a number of elementary and secondary schools to choose from, as well as the University of Waterloo for those seeking higher education.

One of the most unique points of interest about this wonderful location will be the fact that it's only located a short distance from both Waterloo and Kitchener. This allows an individual to choose this particular area as a relocation choice and have the opportunity to commute to and from some of these larger populated areas. You'll discover that there are a number of people seeking smaller communities in which to live in order to get away from some of the more populated areas. This is why St. Agatha, ON will make an excellent choice when it comes to your relocation needs.

Local Attractions

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“Buying an investment property is an important decision that should not be taken lightly” says Roy Singh Broker of Record for CENTURY 21 Home Realty Inc. in Kitchener Waterloo. The reason is that there is so much to understand when buying an investment property. Most “gurus” want to teach you the “how” to obtain properties and maybe, “what” to do once ... Read More...
Posted by Roy Singh on 2013-06-27

Market Reports and Conditions

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Blackberry to lay off 4,500 people I have been asked by many concerned people in Waterloo Region, how the laying off of 4,500 people will impact the Real Estate sector in Kitchener Waterloo. While this job loss is significant for any company and community, there is no certainty that all of these job losses will occur here in Waterloo Region. Blackberry (Formerly RIM) currently employs 12,000 people ... Read More...
Posted by Roy Singh on 2013-09-24
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