Where Should You Live? (If You Have a Choice)

If you want to buy your home low and sell high, see this Globe & Mail report about urbanization.

The gist is that towns and cities on the edges of major  population areas are spiking in value.  People who can’t afford to live within big city limits are pumping periphery home values.

Milton, Ontario–55 km’s outside of Toronto and pictured on the right–is a prime example.  Milton’s population has jumped 71% since 2001, with an similarly impressive jump in home values.

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