Forest Hill, Kitchener, ON, Canada Real Estate Listings and Information

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Forest Hill is a neighbourhood on the west side of Kitchener.  Homes in this area are a variety of older and younger houses, the oldest being wartime homes built in the late 40's, the newest only having been built within the past couple of years.  Since the majority of houses built in this neighbourhood were built well before the 2000's, this provides Kitchener with an area that has a more mature look to it, with fully developed greenery as well as a collection of homes with very different and, at times, quirkey looks.  The large variety of prices of homes in this neighbourhood make Forest Hill a well sought after area for any family/single person/older couple to move into, the houses having been sold in the past 12 months in this part of town ranging anywhere from the high $100 000s to around $560 000.   This neighbourhood is most definitely not a cookie cutter subdivision of Kitchener.

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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
National average home prices have increased by about 8% over year in the last 3 month despite a little slowdown in house sales. Owning a home still remains quite affordable. The expectations for Kitchener Waterloo area is to grow to around a population of 700,000 in the next 15 years. With more people coming to our fine area and less land to build on, real estate could be a pretty good investment. Read More...
Posted by Marcus Kallweit on 2011-05-24
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