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Ontario housing markets to lead Canada heading into 2021

Ontario housing markets to lead Canada heading into 2021

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Ontario housing markets to lead Canada heading into 2021

Housing markets across Canada are expected to remain active for the remainder of 2020 due to pent-up demand and low inventory levels – with price growth in Ontario leading the way, according to a new report from ReMax Canada.

The ReMax Fall Market Outlook Report forecasts the average sale price in Canada could increase by 4.6 per cent during the remainder of the year, compared to the 3.7 per cent increase that was predicted in late 2019.

The pandemic has prompted many Canadians to reassess their living situations. According to a survey conducted by Leger on behalf of ReMax, 32 per cent of Canadians no longer want to live in large urban centres, and instead would opt for rural or suburban communities. This trend is stronger among Canadians under the age of 55.

Pent-up demand

“The classically hot spring market that was pushed to the summer months due to the COVID-19 pandemic created a surprisingly strong market across Canada and across all market segments,” says Christopher Alexander, executive vice-president and regional director, ReMax of Ontario-Atlantic Canada. “Looking ahead, government financial aid programs may be coming to an end in September, which could potentially impact future activity. However, the pent-up demand and low inventory dynamic may keep prices steady and bolster activity for the remainder of 2020. Overall, we are very confident in the long-term durability of the market.”

Not only are Canadians more motivated to leave cities, but changes in work and life dynamics have also shifted their needs and wants for their homes. According to the survey, 44 per cent of Canadians would like a home with more space for personal amenities, such as a pool, balcony or a large yard.

Ontario housing market

With Ontario one of the provinces hit hardest by the pandemic, markets such as Niagara, Mississauga and Kitchener-Waterloo experienced significant drops in activity, but bounced back aggressively in June as economies began to reopen. Toronto continues to be a sellers’ market, with low listing inventory and high demand. An uptick in new listings is anticipated for fall, now that buyers and sellers are more comfortable engaging in the housing market. ReMax estimates a five-per-cent increase in average residential sale price in Toronto for the remainder of the year, with the potential for modest price increases of up to six per cent in regions such as Hamilton, Brampton and London.

Luxury market thriving

Canada’s overall luxury market has remained strong throughout the pandemic, with market conditions unchanged from the beginning of the year in most regions.

The luxury segment in Toronto is considered balanced, with Vancouver pushing into a sellers’ market. Vancouver is beginning to see more interest from move-up buyers instead of the foreign buyers who drove demand in Vancouver’s luxury market prior to COVID-19. This was likely due to travel restrictions brought on by the pandemic. In Toronto, activity was slower than usual this spring as buyers did not have any urgency to transact during the pandemic.

Luxury housing in secondary markets such as Hamilton is seeing a slight uptick in activity, with high-end buyers seeking more square footage and larger properties outside of city centres. Hamilton has experienced an increase in buyer interest from residents from Brampton and Mississauga looking to relocate to the region.


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Hamilton is the high tech city of the future

Hamilton is the high tech city of the future

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Hamilton is the high tech city of the future

by Wayne Karl

Hamilton may be best known as a steel city – a moniker it may never shake, given the industry is still alive and well here. But here’s a more modern nickname for you – tech town.

Yes, really.

The city of 536,917 was recently ranked as one of the top tech cities in North America for “opportunity.”

Commercial real estate services and investment firm CBRE rated Hamilton number two in 2019, citing a tech scene that has grown by 52 per cent over the last five years. This, in addition to naming it Canada’s fastest growing mid-sized city for tech talent in 2018.

This reputation may be slightly unfamiliar to some, but homebuyers have known the city has been transitioning for years.

City on the highrise

Indeed, a quest for lowrise housing at affordable prices has sent throngs of buyers from the Toronto area to Hamilton over the past decade.

While more affordable lowrise homes may have encouraged GTA buyers to head west, it may be the stellar performance of the highrise sector that keeps them here. See, for example, how healthy the price growth in Hamilton is for condos, as compared to that for all other types.

Developers, meanwhile, are catering to the growing demand for highrise housing in the city. And in the coming weeks, a major new master-planned community in the city’s east end will be announced. A consortium of local builder and development partners and the City plan to revitalize an aging neighbourhood by creating a new community of subsidized and market rental apartments, plus condominium townhomes priced well below Hamilton and GTA market values. It is said to be one of Hamilton’s biggest-ever inner-city developments and a tribute to inclusivity and diversity.

It’s not just about homebuying opportunity in Hamilton, however. From educational institutions such as McMaster University and Mohawk College, to exhibits such as the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, to historical landmarks such as Dundurn Castle, there’s plenty to enjoy in and around the city.

Infrastructure development

Hamilton is also benefiting nicely from the billions being spent on transit and highway infrastructure improvements in the province, allowing residents to live there and easily get around the city or travel to surrounding areas.

All of this further positions Hamilton and its residents to enjoy its rising stature as a tech town, and a place to be now and in the future.

Location, location, location

Golden Horseshoe at the west end of Lake Ontario; population of 536,917; 68 kms from Toronto, 73 kms to Niagara Falls.

Key landmarks

• Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum

• Dundurn Castle

• FirstOntario Centre

• Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology

• Tim Hortons Field

Select condo developments

Garner Road Condos by Sonoma Homes

Jamesville Lofts by Areacor Developments

KiWi Condos by Rosehaven Homes

Muse Condos by Homes by DeSantis

Steeltown City Co. by Elite MD Developments

SoHo at Central Park by Losani Homes

Upper Sherman Condos by Sonoma Homes


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Losani Homes has three exciting new releases starting this fall

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Losani Homes has three exciting new releases starting this fall

Losani Homes is proud to deliver three exciting new releases starting this fall, the first being the masterplanned community, Brant West in Brantford. Brantford has been named one of the best cities to own real estate, offering a stunning blend of nature and neighbourhood with all the amenities your family will ever need.

Brant West is a multi-phase community whose initial release will feature more than 100 two- and three-storey townhomes, as well as single-family detached homes. Brant West residents will be able to enjoy everything Brantford’s rich outdoors have to offer. Its traditional and river trail systems stretch over 70 km, and are ideal for hiking, jogging, cycling, and are pet friendly. It comes as no surprise that with such a rich trail system connecting Hamilton, Simcoe, and Cambridge, that Brantford is known as the hub of Ontario trails. With more than 60 playgrounds to enjoy across the city, which offer a summer packed with activities, Brantford is the perfect choice to help raise a family. Brant West is now open, featuring towns and singles starting from the $400,000s.

Waterworx

Also coming late fall is Waterworx, 120 contemporary back-to-back and three-storey townhomes. Over the past few years, the Hamilton real estate market has grown to a point where affordability has become a problem for many prospective homeowners. Waterworx will help bridge that gap for those who have been priced out of Hamilton, without having to compromise on quality craftsmanship or forward-thinking design. Only a 10-minute drive to the booming downtown core and only a few blocks east of charming Ottawa St., Waterworx provides a much-needed answer for those looking to stay in Hamilton. And with the Redhill Parkway around the corner, travel becomes a convenient luxury. With homes starting from the $300,000s, the continued investment to the ever-growing east end of Hamilton, and the incoming LRT, Waterworx will deliver incredible value for every purchaser.

Vibrant at Vista Ridge

Lastly, Vibrant at Vista Ridge, offering nearly 100 back-to-back, two- and three-storey townhome designs in the heart of wine country. Positioned on a former winery in the charming town of Beamsville, Vista Ridge is a unique community that embodies all that Niagara has to offer, including bountiful nature and enchanting vistas. In addition, it has the envied location of being a short walk to the treasured Bruce Trail and Niagara Escarpment. The award-winning Vibrant at Vista Ridge community will conclude the rich and diverse product lineup suiting all tastes, needs, and budgets. And with towns starting from the $300,000s, Vibrant offers tremendous value, while delivering all the modern amenities today’s sophisticated purchasers deserve.

LOSANI HOMES

For further information or to register for these exciting new releases, visit the website.


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KiWi Condos

KiWi Condos is a huge success as GTA-based Millennials flock to Hamilton

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KiWi Condos is a huge success as GTA-based Millennials flock to Hamilton

With its youthful vibrancy and diverse, pedestrian-friendly amenities, downtown Hamilton is experiencing a major urban renewal. Millennials represent 28 per cent of Hamilton’s population and they have a significant impact on the city’s diversified economy.

Now Rosehaven HomesKiWi Condos is luring Millennials from the GTA who are seeking affordable homeownership opportunities to the heart of Hamilton’s booming downtown corridor. While the average condo in the GTA currently sells for $1,291 per sq. ft., condo units at KiWi are priced starting from the mid $300,000s, representing an average of slightly more than $600 per sq. ft. – a fantastic value proposition.

An iconic 14-storey midrise located at 212 King William St. in the heart of Hamilton’s electrifying urban art hub, Kiwi Condos is just a few blocks from downtown’s famous monthly Art Crawl. There’s so much to do around here. Savour diverse cuisines at nearby restaurants, cafes and bistros. Go for a bracing walk in the Bayfront Pier 4 Park. This walkable neighbourhood is near the Hamilton GO Centre and Beasley Park. From arts to cuisine to transit to shopping to nature, everything is just minutes away.

Distinguished by clean lines and a modern urban aesthetic, KiWi Condos complements the cosmopolitan skyline of downtown Hamilton. A wide selection of contemporary suite designs ranging in size from 484 to 960 sq. ft. come with trendy features and contemporary finishes that add style and convenience to modern living. With 144 bike storage spots in the building, KiWi is perfect for cycling enthusiasts.

Bright, spacious, airy open-concept interiors offer spectacular views from windows and balconies. Three designer-selected colour packages – grey, cream and white – offer you the opportunity to personalize your home to your individual taste. Premium features include nine- and 10-ft. ceilings, plank vinyl laminate flooring throughout, contemporary cabinets, penny tile backsplash, quartz kitchen countertop, Energy Star kitchen appliances and more.

KiWi’s extensive offering of lifestyle amenities is designed to entertain, energize and nourish mind, body and soul. The beautifully landscaped Rooftop Terrace on the 14th floor is the perfect venue to party under clear blue skies or starlit evenings overlooking the twinkling lights of downtown Hamilton.

KiWi’s indoor amenities are just as impressive. Arrive home in style in a sleek, stylish lobby with a lounge that boasts a cool, comfortable ambience. Step it up in the state-of-the-art equipped fitness centre on the ground floor, or find your inner zen in the yoga studio. Host an Instagram-worthy party in the Social Room, complete with catering kitchen, multipurpose space, and dining room. Get your pet refreshed at the pet spa with a dog wash station. Other amenities include a virtual concierge and convenient parcel storage.

KiWi Condos is an exciting new project from Rosehaven Homes, a leading name in residential real estate since 1992. The recent Grand Opening was a huge success. There’s still a great selection of one-, one- plus den, two- and two-bedroom plus den suites available, but not for long!

Visit the presentation centre, located at 212 King William St. in Hamilton. For further information visit the website or check them out on Facebook and Instagram @kiwicondos.


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Neighbourhood Watch: Hamilton

Hamilton is the tech city of the future

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Hamilton is the tech city of the future

Hamilton may be best known as a steel city – a moniker it may never shake, given the industry is still alive and well here. But here’s a more modern nickname for you – tech town.

Yes, really.

The city of 536,917, located at the west end of Lake Ontario in the Niagara Peninsula and along the Niagara Escarpment, was recently ranked as one of the top tech cities in North America for “opportunity.”

Commercial real estate services and investment firm CBRE rated Hamilton number two, citing a tech scene that has grown by 52 per cent over the last five years. This, in addition to naming it Canada’s fastest growing mid-sized city for tech talent in 2018.

“Hamilton’s tech scene is growing rapidly and new spaces, ideas, and collaborations are putting ‘Innovation to Work’ each day,” says Judy Lam, the City’s acting director of economic development. “Requests for brick and beam office space are flooding in to our office and we are working to attract and retain this creative class in Hamilton – which a ranking such as this one will greatly assist in such an endeavour.”

This reputation may be slightly unfamiliar to some, but homebuyers have known the city has been transitioning for years.

City on the highrise

Indeed, a quest for single-detached housing at affordable prices has sent throngs of buyers from the Toronto area to Hamilton over the past decade, ReMax Canada confirmed in a recent report.

While more affordable lowrise homes may have encouraged GTA buyers to head west, it may be the stellar performance of the highrise sector that keeps them here. See, for example, how healthy the price growth in Hamilton is for condos, as compared to that for all housing types.

Developers, meanwhile, are catering to the growing demand for highrise housing in the city. Rosehaven Homes’ KiWi Condos is among the signature projects underway in the city. More are to come, particularly as nearby Burlington is putting the brakes on such development in its downtown area.

It’s not just about homebuying opportunity in Hamilton, however. From educational institutions such as McMaster University and Mohawk College, to exhibits such as the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, to historical landmarks such as Dundurn Castle, there’s plenty to enjoy in and around the city.

City favourites

For sports fans, there’s the city favourite Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League, who play out of the new Tim Hortons Field, as well as the Hamilton Bulldogs of the Ontario Hockey League, playing out of FirstOntario Centre, formerly Copps Coliseum.

Hamilton is also benefiting nicely from the billions being spent on transit and highway infrastructure improvements in the province, allowing residents to live there and easily get around the city or travel into surrounding areas.

All of this further positions Hamilton and its residents to enjoy its rising stature as a tech town, and a place to be now and in the future.

Location, location, location

Located in the Golden Horseshoe at the west end of Lake Ontario; population of 536,917; 68 kms from Toronto, 73 kms to Niagara Falls.

Key landmarks

• Canadian Football Hall of Fame

• Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum

• Dundurn Castle

• FirstOntario Centre

• Hamilton Museum of Steam & Technology

• Tim Hortons Field

Select condo developments

98 James St. Condos by Hue Developments

98 James St. Condos by LCH Developments

• CoMo Condos by Homes By DeSantis

Harbour Condos On The Bay by Canlight Group

KiWi Condos by Rosehaven Homes

Odyssey Condos & Towns by Rosehaven Homes

Soho Central Park by Losani Homes


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KiWi Condos

Rosehaven’s new KiWi Condos project offers the essence of urban style with amenity rich living

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Rosehaven’s new KiWi Condos project offers the essence of urban style with amenity rich living

With its vibrant street scene and pedestrian-friendly amenities, downtown Hamilton is buzzing with new sights, sounds, tastes and experiences. Now into this upbeat, cosmopolitan neighbourhood comes KiWi, Rosehaven Homes‘ iconic 14-storey condominium, located at 212 King William St. – right in the heart of Hamilton’s electrifying urban art hub. How cool is that?

Inspired by the first two letters of this trendsetting downtown street, the creatively named KiWi Condos is destined to become the area’s most exciting new address.

Distinguished by clean lines and a modern urban aesthetic, KiWi Condos will offer a wide selection of suite designs, including one bedroom, one-bedroom plus den and two-bedroom plans. Light-filled, spacious and airy open concept interiors are detailed with contemporary features that add style and convenience to modern living. Choose one of three artfully curated colour packages configured with designer finishes, and personalize your home to your individual taste.

KiWi’s extensive offering of lifestyle amenities – spread out on two levels – is designed to entertain, energize and nourish mind, body and soul. On the ground floor, prepare to be welcomed in a sleek, stylish lobby with a cosy seating lounge that boasts a cool, comfortable ambience. Step it up in the state-of-the-art equipped fitness centre or find your inner zen in the yoga studio. Treat your furry friends to a spa experience at the self serve dog wash station. Other amenities on this level that complement your busy, active lifestyle include a virtual Concierge and “smart lockers” for receiving parcels in your absence.

When it’s time to celebrate the good times, head over to the 14th floor party zone. The beautifully landscaped Rooftop Terrace is the perfect venue to get together under clear blue skies or starlit evenings overlooking the twinkling lights of downtown. Featuring spacious dining areas with barbecue stations, comfortable lounge-style seating and panoramic views of the city and Burlington Bay, the rooftop is where you want to make memories. Or host an Instagram- worthy party in the indoor social room with catering kitchen, multipurpose space and dining area. Outside or in, if you want to experience a good time, KiWi has you covered.

The area surrounding KiWi has a Walk Score of 97, Bike Score of 72 and Transit Score of 86, making it one of the best places to live in Hamilton. Plus, with 144 bike storage spots in the building, KiWi is perfect for bike enthusiasts. With a walkable and bike-friendly downtown, you won’t need a car at all. Just a short walk from home, you have HSR Transit – a fast, easy and convenient way of getting to places quicker than you ever imagined. Just minutes away, you will find several car share programs, offering yet another convenient and cost-effective option to get to where you want to go.

Located in the heart of a pedestrian-friendly neighbourhood near the Hamilton GO Centre and Beasley Park, KiWi offers the perfect base to enjoy all that Downtown has to offer. Walk a few blocks to experience the famous monthly Art Crawls and engage with artists, musicians, entertainers, buskers and off-the-wall individualists. Held on the second Friday of every month from about 6 to 11 p.m., the event attracts thousands of visitors from all over the city and beyond.

There are so many things to do around here. Shop for designer wear at Blackbird Studios. Savour a variety of cuisines at neighbourhood eateries, bakeshops, cafes and bistros. Go for a bracing walk in the Bayfront Pier 4 Park. Relax over a delicious brunch at Saint James Espresso Bar and Eatery. Check out the tempting burgers at Hambrgr. Enjoy the best of international cuisine at Denninger’s. Treat yourself to baked goodies at Mulberry Coffeehouse. From arts to cuisine to shopping to nature, everything is just minutes away from home.

KiWi Condos is an exciting new project from Rosehaven Homes, a leading name in real estate in Southern Ontario since 1992. It’s easy to pick out a Rosehaven home because the attention to detail and design is evident in every community. And why not, you deserve the best – a Rosehaven home.

Kiwi Condos is coming soon with suites starting from the upper $200,000s. Register for your opportunity to purchase in Hamilton’s most iconic condo. Visit the website and check them out on Facebook and Instagram @KiWicondos.


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Homebuyers head to GTA west… but don't ignore the east

Homebuyers head to GTA west… but don’t ignore the east

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Homebuyers head to GTA west… but don’t ignore the east

It’s not exactly earth-shattering news, since we’ve been able to observe the trend for the last few years, but a new report from ReMax of Ontario-Atlantic Canada underlines just to what degree homebuyers are heading west.

West, as in Hamilton and Halton Region – Burlington, Oakville, Halton Hills and Milton.

In analyzing sales trends in nine Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) districts over the past five years, ReMax notes those areas captured 10.1 per cent of total market share in 2018, with a 2.3-per-cent increase over 2013.

The reasons are fairly obvious: The quest for homes at affordable prices. Indeed, this spillover effect has stimulated homebuying activity in most areas flanked by Toronto’s core and Hamilton. Burlington, in particular, soared between 2013 and 2018, with home sales almost doubling and average prices climbing 50 per cent to $769,142.

Builders of new homes also recognize the appetite for lowrise homes in the west.

But with such strong growth in Burlington, how long will this market remain an affordable option?

“The communities in the west will still be affordable compared to Toronto proper, but what we are going to see is a continued uptick in demand for more of the outlying communities like Brantford, Waterdown, Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge and even as far-reaching as London and Niagara,” Christopher Alexander, executive vice-president, ReMax of Ontario-Atlanti Canada, told HOMES Publishing. “What will really impact the growth of these markets, outside of availability and affordability, will be the underlying transit systems and investments in local economies, as people still have a need to be connected to the GTA core.”

But, Alexander also told HOMES Publishing, the window of opportunity to head west may be closing.

“As the west end of the GTA continues to see growth and price appreciation, a leveling effect will likely come into play (with the east region),” he says.

GTA east areas such as Durham Region may not have the same appeal as the west – currently. “The west end of the GTA has a greater diversity of communities that are attracting a diverse range of buyers. In the past 10 years, there has been significant focus on the growth and development of these regions, whereas historically, Durham has not traditionally been viewed in this same regard. With the boom in areas towards the east, like Prince Edward County, and the affordability leveling out, we will likely see the tide begin to turn.”

So, yes, prospective homebuyers, go west if you like, but also keep an eye on the east.


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KiWi Condos is the best of urban downtown Hamilton living

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KiWi Condos is the best of urban downtown Hamilton living

With its vibrant, active street life and pedestrian-friendly amenities, downtown Hamilton is always buzzing with new sights, sounds, tastes and experiences. Now this district is about to get cooler and trendier, with the coming of an iconic 14-storey condominium on King William Street. Inspired by the first two letters of this hip downtown street, the creatively named KiWi Condos is destined to become the area’s most exciting new address.

KiWi Condos will offer residents the best of urban downtown living. A wide selection of suite designs comes with trendy features that add style and convenience to modern living. Bright, spacious and airy open concept interiors offer spectacular views of downtown from windows and balconies.

KiWi’s inspiring roster of lifestyle amenities is designed to entertain, energize and nourish mind, body and soul. Imagine being welcomed in a sleek, stylish lobby with a cool, comfortable ambience. You can take your fitness routine to the next level in the state-of-the-art fitness centre or unwind in the yoga studio. Host an Instagram-worthy party in the contemporary Social Room, or take it outside to the beautifully landscaped rooftop terrace with panoramic views of the city and lake. Get your pet refreshed at the dog wash station. Other amenities that complement today’s busy, active lifestyles include a virtual Concierge and convenient delivery parcel storage.

Located in the heart of a walkable, pedestrian-friendly neighbourhood, KiWi offers the perfect base to enjoy all that downtown Hamilton has to offer. Walk a few blocks to experience the city’s famous Art Crawl and engage with artists, musicians, entertainers, buskers and off-the-wall individualists. Explore galleries, museums and boutiques on foot. Savour a variety of cuisines at neighbourhood eateries, bakeshops, cafes and bistros.

The area surrounding KiWi has a walk score of 97, bike score of 75 and transit score of 86, making it one of the best places to live in Hamilton. Plus, with 144 bike storage spots in the building, KiWi is perfect for bike enthusiasts. With a walkable and bike-friendly downtown, you won’t need a car at all. Transit is fast, easy and convenient, getting you to places quicker than you ever imagined.

There are so many things to do around here. Enjoy a delicious brunch at Saint James Espresso Bar and Eatery. Savour the best of international cuisine at Denninger’s. Or try the baked goodies at Mulberry Coffehouse. Shop for designer wear at Blackbird Studios. Go for a bracing walk in the Bayfront Pier 4 park. From arts to cuisine to shopping to nature, everything is just minutes away from home.

KiWi Condos is an exciting new project from Rosehaven Homes, a leading name in residential real estate in Southern Ontario. Since 1992, the company’s portfolio has grown to include scores of innovative new communities and more than 6,500 distinctively different homes – from townhomes, semis and singles to mid- and highrise condominiums.

KiWi Condos is coming soon. For Priority Preview and to purchase in Hamilton’s most iconic condo, register today at kiwicondos.com.


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COVER STORY: EDITOR'S CHOICE: Losani Homes

Losani Homes one of Canada’s best-managed companies

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Losani Homes one of Canada’s best-managed companies

For more than 40 years, Losani Homes has been known for their recognizable style and unparalleled craftsmanship. Founded in 1976 by Giovanni Losani, along with eldest son Lino, Fred Losani joined his brother and father in 1985 following graduating from Brock University.

Losani carefully chooses locations that are close to parks, trails and wooded areas, and augments these natural settings with wide boulevards and pleasing streetscapes giving each community a spirit distinctly its own, while all standing the tests of time.

In addition to more than 100 home building awards that range from local markets to world-wide recognition, Losani Homes was also named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for 11 straight years, a distinction conferred by the Queen’s School of Business, CIBC, The National Post and Deloitte. In the process, Losani Homes has gained platinum status in what is Canada’s leading business awards program, a feat no other homebuilder in Canada can claim. In addition, the company has received the coveted Consumer’s Choice Awards for service, value and quality for the Hamilton/Niagara regions each of the past five years, in addition to the award for Philanthropic Company of the Year.

McKENZIE

Losani Homes’ latest community offering serves up some of the best value in southern Ontario when it comes to new communities. With four two-storey contemporary townhome designs available to compliment the rich diversity offered across the single detached options, the McKenzie strikes a unique balance between offering industry-leading value without any compromises. Two-storey townhomes range in square footage from 1,454 to 1,728 and start at $397,900. Single-family detached homes are available on 36-foot and 40-foot lots with your choice of 20 unique award-winning models. Many of which come in your choice of one of four timeless elevations starting at just $504,900.

VISTA RIDGE

Positioned on a former winery in Beamsville, Vista Ridge is a unique community that embodies all that Niagara has to offer, including rich soil and enchanting vistas. In addition, it has the envied location of being close to the Bruce Trail and the Niagara Escarpment. However, Vista Ridge’s popularity also has to do with its infrastructure. Built into the community are tennis courts, a splash pad and traditional park space.

Here, two-storey towns come in three distinct layouts, ranging in size from 1,454 to 1,708 square feet, and start at $429,900. Single-family detached homes are available on 36-foot and 40-foot lots, as well as custom lots, starting at $555,900. Models range in size from 1,348 to 3,198 square feet and are available in four elevations.

SIMPLY GRAND

This Paris might not have the Eiffel Tower, but it has been billed as one of the most charming towns in Ontario. Steeped in cobblestone character, the Grand River measures the pulse of everyday life in Paris.

Two-storey semis are available in three models ranging in size from 1,481 to 1,855 square feet, with prices starting at $447,900. A total of 24 detached single-family designs are available with a choice of one of four elevations. Homes are positioned on 43-, 46- or 50-foot lots, and range in size from 1,360 to 3,500 square feet.

CENTRAL PARK

One of the largest, and most innovative, master-planned communities in Hamilton is Central Park. This neighbourhood offers inspired designs and lot choices that are built around a wonderful park, all within walking distance to shopping. Also close by is the Eco-trail Promenade, which offers direct access to the 10-kilometre East Mountain Trail Loop.

Spacious, two-storey towns are priced from $529,900 for layouts that range between 1,470 to 1,554 square feet. Three-storey towns range in size from 1,252 to 1,633 square feet and start at $444,900.

LINCOLN ESTATES

Nestled amongst 48 wineries, Lincoln Estates is one of the most exclusive collections of single-family homes in Beamsville. The location is ideal for those who love the great outdoors with the Niagara Escarpment and Bruce Trail nearby.

Choose from 26 exclusive designs of detached homes that range in size from 1,533 to 3,632 square feet. Four exterior elevation packages include Tuscan, Chateau, Traditional and Modern on 40-, 46- or 50-foot lots. Custom lots are also available. Prices start at $689,900.

PRONTO: HOMES ON DEMAND

Losani Homes’ Pronto: Homes on Demand program allows homebuyers to get the house that they want, when they want it. Because the home was built before purchasing, significant savings are passed on to the homebuyer and quick closings are available.

Move-in-ready properties, with closings as soon as 30 days, are available at Augusta Encore, Astoria Grand, Fallingwaters and Ancaster Woodlands. A selection of styles and models are priced from $439,900 to $1.2 million.

With so much diversity in Losani Homes’ current community lineup and Pronto inventory, no matter what portion of the market you and your family occupy, there is something for you at Losani Homes.

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