Toronto Homes for Sale
Real Estate in Toronto Ontario
Toronto, the capital of Ontario is one of the largest and most populated Canadian cities along Lake Ontario's northwestern shore. Home to over 2.8 million residents, it is the fourth most populous city in North America. It is the anchor city of the Golden Horseshoe, a secondary region of southern Ontario lying at the western end of Lake Ontario.
If you're considering a move or relocation to Toronto, start here with all Toronto real estate listings both single-family homes and condominiums for sale. At Miracle Team, we want to help your relocation guide to your Toronto move. You can search throughout the Toronto area including all the distinct municipalities and regions in Southwest Ontario. Just below the first section of listings, you'll find a feature community tab with all of the cities, villages, and hamlets that we service, however, it's not just limited to these. Throughout the neighbourhoods, hundreds of communities, and villages in the Toronto area, we can help you by, sell, or invest in the right home for your needs and your budget.
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Relocating to Toronto Ontario
Planning a move to Toronto? Here are some things to know before you make the move.
The average cost of living in Toronto is higher than just about any other city in Canada, but, that doesn't mean you need to live in downtown. There are many outlying hamlets, villages, and townships to choose from the dramatically decrease the cost of living from downtown. However, living in downtown will give you a lot of access to shops, restaurants, markets, fantastic entertainment venues, museums, art galleries, and more.
BPC name Toronto the most multicultural city in the world home to over 200 nationalities and an 8.4% immigrant population. So you know it's going to be diverse in culture, ethnicity, and culinary cuisine. Toronto has some of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world and there's typically one to suit just about any lifestyle from foodie destinations to arts and performing theater, sculpture, finance districts, high-rise condominiums, and complete micro-communities with everything you would want. There are more than 140 distinct neighbourhoods in Toronto alone.
People say that Toronto is one of the best cities they've ever visited and it was ranked the fourth most livable city in the world by Economist Intelligence Unit. Livable in the fact that it has such a vibrant culture, great healthcare system, economic stability, massive education sources, environment, and stable infrastructure. Some people call it the city that never sleeps so regardless of whether it's 11 AM or 2 AM, you'll find fantastic events in a world that's always surprising.
Did you know that there are over 140 languages spoken in Toronto alone? This is not just a French-speaking city. English is the most commonly used language and 55% of people noted English as their native tongue and 43% said that their native tongue was neither English nor French.
Public transportation? It's reliable and there are dozens of opportunities and options from subways and streetcars to fairies, taxis, bike-sharing programs and buses. Toronto has also been touted as one of the safest cities in North America.
Did you know that there are 1600 parks in the city? Even among all the condominiums and skyscrapers, there are hundreds of kilometers of trails for running, jogging, walking and cycling.
Toronto as part of four distinct public school boards that provide both elementary and secondary education to over 100,000 students throughout Toronto. the Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir, the Conseil scolaire Viamonde (CSV), the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB), and the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). CSV and TDSB are secular public school boards, whereas MonAvenir and TCDSB are separate public school boards. CSV and MonAvenir are French first language school boards, whereas TCDSB and TDSB are English first language school boards. The Toronto District School Board operates the most schools among all of them with over 450 elementary schools, 105 secondary schools, and five adult learning centres.
There are five public universities, four of which are based in downtown Toronto: OCAD, Ryerson, the Université de l'Ontario français, and the University of Toronto. The University of Toronto also operates two satellite campuses, one of which is in the city's eastern district of Scarborough, while the other is in the neighbouring city of Mississauga.
Toronto Real Estate
The average home price in Toronto is $1.4 million, which tends to increase anywhere from 5% to 20% each year depending on the area. At any given time there are roughly 3000 listings for sale throughout Toronto with an average price range of $45,000 for a studio apartment up to four or $500,000 for a single-family home, and at the top around $12 million for high-rise luxury penthouse condominiums and waterfront estates and mansions.
For more information on homes for sale in Toronto Ontario or all Toronto condos for sale, feel free to browse through all the available and active listings above. For a more personalized list of properties that meet your search criteria and price, contact us at any time by filling out the form below or simply giving us a call. We'd love to be your Toronto real estate agent helping you find your way home.