This family downsized from a 3,000-square-foot Brampton home to a 700-square-foot Liberty Village condo

This family downsized from a 3,000-square-foot Brampton home to a 700-square-foot Liberty Village condo

During the pandemic, most people making real estate moves are ditching the city for bigger properties. The Williams family did the exact opposite

Who: Andrea Peart-Williams, 49, co-owner of KEAN Group, a real estate investment firm, and Dean Williams, 49, a BMW technician, with their daughters, Kristienne, 17, Ariana, 8, and Tenishia, 27 (left to right)

The history: After getting married in 2003, Andrea and Dean bought a brand-new 3,100-square-foot house—with a separate two-bedroom basement unit—in Brampton, for $305,000. They moved in with nine-year-old Tenishia, Andrea’s daughter from a previous relationship. Their first daughter together, Kristienne, was born later that year. In 2006, Dean and Andrea started using their savings to invest in real estate. At the time, Andrea was working as a teacher in the Peel District. Over the years, the couple acquired other properties,

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