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Do you want to learn more about a particular community? Are you having difficulties figuring out which neighbourhood would be perfect for you and your family? Are you moving out of the area and need information on communities in other parts of the city or country?
I can help.
As a real estate expert, I can provide you with important insights into a range of communities so you can make a more informed decision.
I can get you details on:
- Type and style of homes.
- Age of the community.
- Local amenities such as schools, parks, community centres, etc.
- Commuting routes and access to public transit.
- Properties currently listed for sale.
- General characteristics of the area.
The community you live in is just as important as the home you buy. That’s why I’m committed to helping you make the right choice.
Approximately 75,000 people live in Caledon. We live here because it is a safe and active community. It is an environmentally conscious community. We live in Caledon because it is close to large urban centres and major transportation routes. We live here and work here.
The people in our community want to make a difference and see positive change. Our residents make Caledon a vibrant place to live, work and play. Council ensures the voice of our community is heard by affecting change to policies, practices and services. Municipal staff work diligently to ensure the things that are important to our community come to life – they make it happen.
Caledon is spread over 700 square kilometres and is a true community of communities. Scenic countryside and quaint villages offer something for everyone. Outdoor pursuits such as hiking and cycling are a great way to enjoy our natural and built heritage.
Read about the history of Caledon.
From a settlement in the early 1800s to an officially designated City i
n 1974, today, Brampton is a diverse, cosmopolitan, and vibrant place to be. From a population of 500 in 1853 to 523,911 in 2011, Brampton is Canada’s second fastest-growing and the 9th largest city. The Province of Ontario has designated Brampton as an urban growth area and by 2031, the City’s population is expected to grow to 725,000.
Located immediately north of Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Brampton has positioned itself as a global economic contender. Home to more than 8,000 businesses, Brampton enjoys a Triple ‘A’ credit rating by Standard & Poor’s. The City’s major business clusters include manufacturing, retail and wholesale trade. The manufacturing industry remains the largest employer.
In addition to a well-developed economic base, Brampton residents enjoy a high-quality lifestyle. It combines big city conveniences with traditional quality of life. It is the first city in the GTA and one of only 10 in North America to be designated an International Safe Community by the World Health Organization in 2007. Over the years, Brampton has successfully revitalized its flower town heritage to claim the title of Canada’s Flower City. Competing with the likes of Aberdeen, Scotland; Prince George, British Columbia; Stockton-on-Tees, England; Strathcona, Alberta; and Toronto, in 2008, Brampton earned the title of International Communities in Bloom.
Offering more than 6,000 acres of parkland, Brampton provides access to a wide variety of outdoor activities. The City also enjoys a vast inventory of libraries, hospital services, educational facilities, shopping centres and places of worship. People from around the world have come together to live, work, play and pray in this City. Brampton residents represent more than 170 different cultures and speak more than 70 languages.
Brampton is the youngest community in the Toronto census metropolitan area (CMA) with a median age at 34.7 according to the 2011 Census.
Welcome to Orangeville, a vibrant community nestled in the scenic region of Dufferin County and conveniently located less than one hour from Toronto, Ontario. Orangeville’s historical charm, exceptional attractions and natural beauty combine to make it an ideal destination for exploring and enjoying.
With a population of 28,900 people (Statistics Canada Census, 2016), the Town of Orangeville is the largest urban area in Dufferin County. Despite its steady growth, Orangeville’s small-town charm and community spirit is evident. An impressive collection of independently-owned shops, restaurants and galleries create unique offerings for customers. Year-round events and festivals welcome both residents and visitors. A growing collection of public art adds artistic flair and showcases the creative vibrancy of the community. Recreational opportunities abound in and around Orangeville, making it a perfect base for a day trip or an overnight stay.
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Orangeville truly has something for everyone and we invite you to experience it for yourself.
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