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Milton, ON

Milton became famous when it was announced in 2006 that it was the fastest growing community in Canada.  Growth in Milton exploded following the opening up of new development when Milton expanded it water and waste facilities in the early part of the 21st century.  Population as of 2006 was 53,939 but it has grown drastically since then. Milton is located north  of Oakville and west of Mississauga.  Originally named Mill Town, Milton was made a town in 1857 and is now part of the municipality of Halton.

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Milton is located adjacent to the Niagara Escarpment and boasts many important heritage areas: 5 large parks are operated by Conservation Halton with the town limits. Hikers and nature lovers enjoy the extensive walking and hiking paths on the Bruce Trail which extends from Niagara Falls to Tobermory. Crawford Lake is a meticulously maintained Native heritage museum where visitors can view a recreated Native village. MountsbergRattlesnake Point also provide extensive outdoor activities and great views over the escarpment. The Glen Eden Ski and Snowboard Centre provides winter fun right in town and has an excellent ski school.  The highlight  of the Fall is the Milton Fall Fair which is now 60 years strong and features an agricultural show, livestock, a demolition derby and other traditional fall fair events.

Real Estate

Services have grown in Milton to serve the growing population. When the “Big Pipe” projected was completed bringing water to the town from Lake Ontario, the builders moved in, creating extensive new subdivisions around the town. Hawthorne Village is one of the most popular new communities and building is continuing. Milton is very popular with young families because of its affordability compared to the neighbouring communities of Oakville and Mississauga.

Local Attractions

Blog Posts About: Local Attractions
IF YOU ARE THINKING OF SELLING CALL ME TODAY FOR THE EXCITING CHANCE TO FEATURE YOUR HOME IN LOCALIEZ MAGAZINE. This Tuesday I had the privilage of working with Grant Rushton of Front Porch Photography for my Localiez magazine shoot. You can look for me in the Real Estate section of every issue of Localiez. I will be dishing out some Real Estate advice as well as attending local events and functions. ... Read More...
Posted by Danielle Gillberry on 2012-01-25

Construction and Expansion

Blog Posts About: Construction and Expansion
Well just as suspected things have slowed down a bit in the ladder part of 2013, with respect to construction activity. Could it be the weather? But reading in to the details it looks like Oakville seems to be the hot bed for building permit compared to the many years Milton owned this right, while Burlington and Halton Hills keep trucking along at the same pace. So what's in the numbers have a ... Read More...
Posted by Justin Lepore on 2014-03-19

Community Events

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Celebrating Earth Day 2014 in Halton Hills   Earth Day is fast approaching! Tuesday April 22nd, 2014, will mark the 44th, anniversary of Earth Day. To promote environmental awareness and celebrate Earth Day the Town of Halton Hills is hosting "Earth Week Celebration" which includes activities such as the: 22-Minute Makeover, Community Wide Clean-Up Day, Halton Hills Earth Day, and the Earth ... Read More...
Posted by Justin Lepore on 2014-03-25
Before you put your home on the market, make sure it looks its best to maximize your return. Take some time and consider the following tips to help you sell your home faster and for the right price! Make the space smell nice! Open windows, use air fresheners or bake cookies before showings. Curb appeal. First impressions are very important so make sure the exterior of your home reflects the right ... Read More...
Posted by Danielle Gillberry on 2012-01-20

Family & Kids

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5 kitchen items that pull double duty With all the household cleaning products (the new and the newly improved) on the market, it's hard to know exactly what to buy. The good news is that everyday household items that are probably already in your kitchen can perform just as effectively as cleaning agents. Baking soda...a baking soda/water paste will remove small scratches and nicks from laminated ... Read More...
Posted by Justin Lepore on 2014-05-12
Getting it right! Over the years we have heard all the good and the bad when it comes to home renovations and remodelleing, both on a personal level and from our clients. So we thought perhaps we could do some research again drawing from personal experiences and clients stories we have come up with this lists of 7 simple tips to reduce the stress of your next kitchen or bathroom renovations. Here ... Read More...
Posted by Justin Lepore on 2014-05-07

Market Reports and Conditions

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Is selling your house or condo on your to-do list this year? Regardless of what type of market we are in, be it a Buyer's market, Seller's Market or a Balanced Market, bottom line in any real estate market, there are ways you can turn your property into a can’t-pass-up opportunity to buyers. We came across an interesting article of all the Do's and Don'ts for Homeowners when getting ready ... Read More...
Posted by Justin Lepore on 2014-05-09
So as REALTORS we hear this all the time, "I want to buy a home or move up but we need to improve our credit score". Such as life, as things do happen and unfortunate circumstances can cause ones financials to go sideways, this is totally understandable. However just because today it's not in your plans to purchase a home doesn't mean as a REALTOR we walk away but more than ever we want to lend some ... Read More...
Posted by Justin Lepore on 2014-03-12
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