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Located directly north of Toronto, Vaughan is a multicultural city that features ample greenspace for enjoying the outdoors including parks, paths, and trails, as well as a bustling downtown core with premium retailers and restaurants. Vaughan is home to Canada’s Wonderland theme park and the exquisite McMichael Canadian Art Collection.

You’ll also find some of the most exclusive luxury estate homes in the region here in the Thornhill and Patterson neighbourhoods, while there is a wide variety of property types available throughout the city including modern condos and townhomes across price ranges.


Situated north of Scarborough and east of Richmond Hill, Markham is the largest city in York region and home to a large East Asian population, making this city a perfect place for many newcomers settling in the Toronto area. Markham is also home to the Pacific Mall, the largest Asian indoor market in North America. The Unionville neighbourhood is Markham’s most popular community, with its historic shopping district and picturesque residential streets lined with heritage homes.

Angus Glen is the city’s most beautiful neighbourhood as it’s filled with heritage-inspired homes and a wide selection of property types. Berczy Village and Wismer are more affordable neighbourhoods geared towards families and feature plenty of parkland, greenspace, interconnecting trail systems, and quick access to commuter highways reaching Toronto and the rest of the GTA.

Richmond Hill

This Richmond Hill neighbourhood is one of the GTA’s most popular areas as it offers great amenities for both families and singles alike, and is characterized by beautiful natural landscapes featuring a serene lake and lush forested area. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy access to trails for walking, biking, and hiking throughout enclaves within Richmond Hill like Rouge Woods, which is home to 10 impressive park areas and Oak Ridges, named after the 12,000-year-old Oak Ridges Moraine which provides a beautiful backdrop to this suburban community.


Aurora is a quiet, tranquil suburb located just 45 minutes north of Toronto and is well known for its beautiful landscape of rolling hills and thick woodlots. Aurora is a charming community with a vibrant downtown filled with a mix of independent retailers and restaurants along the quaint streets. Families flock to Aurora for the top-rated schools and the vast selection of homes ranging from Victorian and Colonial architecture to modern bungalows and split-level homes perfect for raising kids.


Newmarket is a diverse, family-friendly enclave located directly north of Aurora, providing residents with the perfect balance of laid-back suburban life and energetic city lifestyle. Close to the 400-series highways and boasting an advanced transit network, Newmarket is an attractive place to settle for families and professionals looking for affordable housing without sacrificing modern conveniences.


Located immediately west of Toronto, Mississauga is a city situated on the shores of Lake Ontario and home to the Toronto Pearson International Airport. Mississauga has grown exponentially in the last few decades. With the nation’s largest airport in its backyard and being next to the province’s capital, the city has an incredibly diverse population and dozens of unique neighbourhoods.

Mississauga is home to the nation’s largest shopping centre in eastern Canada, Square One Mall, and also features 11 community centres throughout the city, almost 500 parks, more than 20 trail systems and a beautiful, active waterfront community complete with a promenade, marina, yacht club, and numerous retailers. You’ll find homes of any and all types, sizes, and price ranges across Mississauga, making it an ideal place to settle for anyone looking to stretch their dollar a little further without straying too far from the city of Toronto.


Sharing Mississauga’s western border and Lake Ontario’s shoreline to the south, Oakville is one of the most affluent towns in the GTA. This community is a top choice for families looking to be near top-rated schools while being close to Toronto and enjoying convenient access to the 400-series highways. Oakville boasts a charming, vibrant downtown community lined with quaint independent business, picturesque harbour, and abundant waterfront amenities. It’s also home to some of the most impressive real estate in the area, with a collection of luxury waterfront estates and heritage homes throughout the town.

Downtown Toronto

Built on the shores of Lake Ontario, downtown Toronto is the heartbeat of this world-class metropolis. Densely populated and full of life, downtown Toronto is home to many distinct and diverse neighbourhoods including the Financial District, Harbourfront, and the university community of The Annex, to name a few.

You’ll find options for every lifestyle from young families looking for quiet enclaves in the middle of the city to young professionals searching for starter condos, to students, commuters, and everyone in between. Residents living in the downtown core can enjoy live sports events like Raptors, Blue Jays, Maple Leafs, Toronto FC, and Argonauts games, access thousands of restaurants and cuisines, countless independent and commercial retailers, and experience culture unlike any other city in the country with access to numerous venues, galleries, and museums including Massey Hall, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Homeowners living in downtown Toronto can easily access amenities like The Path, the world’s largest underground shopping centre, the outdoor Kensington Market, and popular Toronto landmarks including the iconic CN Tower, Eaton Centre, St. Lawrence Market, Distillery District, Yonge & Dundas Square, Liberty Village, and more.

Financial District

Nestled in the Downtown West enclave, the Financial District is one of the area’s liveliest communities as it shares borders with the entertainment and fashion districts. This pocket of the city has developed in recent years to accommodate more residents through the repurposing of old commercial buildings into unique residential loft spaces. Residents in the Financial District have direct access to The Path and its numerous conveniences including restaurants, retailers, service providers, and more.


Situated along Toronto’s waterfront on Queens Quay from Bathurst Street to Jarvis Street, Harbourfront is Toronto’s premium waterfront community. A lively neighbourhood, Harbourfront attracts residents from across the city and tourists alike who enjoy the many amenities available along the lake shore community. Residents of this neighbourhood can enjoy shopping at the Queen’s Quay shopping district and the St. Lawrence Market, Toronto’s oldest and largest food market.

The Annex

This colourful, vibrant downtown community is located immediately east of the University of Toronto. Most residents in this community are university students, alumni, faculty, and staff, as well as a number of young professionals who’ve made this neighbourhood their home, and a few investors.

Also known as Harbord Village, The Annex gets this alias from Harbord Street that runs through the community and the close-knit “village” atmosphere enhanced by the independent restaurants, locally owned bars, cafes, and specialty shops. The Annex is steps from energetic Bloor Street, lined with bookstores, pubs, music stores, and boutiques, and is walking distance from Mirvish Village Shopping District with its unique businesses including craft stores, antique shops, galleries, and specialty stores.

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