Residential properties in Flamborough and Burlington were among the highest-priced sales in the area in October, and also the lowest, says the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington.
The three most expensive homes sold in the RAHB market area — which includes Hamilton, Burlington, Haldimand and parts of Niagara West — last month were in Flamborough, Burlington and Ancaster, and ranged from $2.7 million to $2.8 million.
RAHB president Kathy Della-Nebbia says all three areas have seen an increase to the average sale price over the past year, but Flamborough’s gains have been most significant.
“Flamborough’s average price in October was $1,106,337, which is up 48.3 per cent from last year,” she said, noting the whole region has seen steady traffic from people coming from elsewhere, thanks to an increase in remote working. “The pandemic has also highlighted the value of space within and outside a property, and we are seeing this