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Hamilton Is a Hub for Real Estate Investment

Hamilton Is a Hub for Real Estate Investment

Hamilton Is a Hub for Real Estate Investment
July 12
09:32 2019

The greater Hamilton area continues to draw attention as a place to call home and do business, with Hamilton Real Estate investments on the rise.

Hamilton spans a large geographic area, and each neighbourhood is different and distinct. Across our city, you can find urban, suburban and rural living, as well as a wide variety of styles of homes from new build to pre-war, and high-rise to farm house. So, whatever your preferred lifestyle, Hamilton has a home for you. 

An active social scene has evolved in all areas of Hamilton over the past decade. Downtown boasts several large festivals and events, and the restaurant scene has also attracted the attention of foodies from all over Ontario. With a growing sports culture, fans enjoy cheering on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Bulldogs, as well as the new Hamilton Honey Badgers basketball team and Forge FC soccer team

Hamilton has many communities in transition. The City’s Economic Development Department and a number of developers have brought rejuvenation and redevelopment to the downtown core, and announced major development initiatives in Flamborough, the bayfront and on the waterfront of Lake Ontario. Hamilton has become a popular location to film movies and television shows – such as The Shape of Water and The Handmaid’s Tale – and so it’s only natural that Hamilton recently announced the development of a massive film and TV studio near the west harbor. 

With so much going on economically and culturally, it’s only natural that Hamilton Real Estate investments are on the rise

Bob Van de Vrande,
2019 President, REALTORS®
Association of Hamilton-Burlington

Established in 1921, the REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington (RAHB) is a registered non-profit organization that is the third largest real estate association in Ontario and the eighth largest in Canada. We empower over 3,000 members to succeed within a jurisdiction that covers approximately 2,500 square kilometres including Hamilton, Burlington, Glanbrook, Grimsby, West Lincoln, Caledonia, Dunnville, Hagersville and other small centres south to Port Maitland on the shores of Lake Erie. Our members may use the REALTOR® trademark, which identifies them as real estate professionals who subscribe to a strict code of ethics known as the REALTOR® Code. For more information please visit

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Lloyd Stevens has been writing Canadian business news for over 20 years with articles appearing in Perspective which appears in The Globe & Mail and contributing to and

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