Downtown, Kitchener, ON, Canada Real Estate Listings and Information

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Downtown Kitchener is most definitely a lively part of this city.  Filled with restaurants of different cultures, a children's museum, and the School of Pharmacy, Downtown is Kitchener's most diverse area to live in terms of the variety of assorted businesses that call Downtown Kitchener their home.  Kitchener City Hall is set in the heart of Downtown Kitchener and this part of town is rich in culture in reference to live theatre, music festivals, sporting events, and many other attractions.

Currently Downtown Kitchener is going through a rejuvination while still holding on to the history that makes Kitchener special.  This said, houses in this neighbourhood range from over 100 years old to brand new developments such as The Kaufman Lofts, The Eaton Lofts, and The Arrow Lofts, which add a touch of contemporary class to the historic buildings that still remain standing after decades.   The average sale price of homes in Downtown Kitchener in the past 12 months is $224, 900.

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

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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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