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​​​​​​Resources for Finding a Place to Live

​There are many factors to consider when looking for a new place to call home. The Newcomers Guide to Canadian Housing ​answers your questions about renting or buying a house. It gives you the right questions to ask landlords, building superintendents, real estate sales representatives, property managers and lenders.

 


Please click on the links below for information available to help you find the perfect place to live: 


Halton Housing Help is a new service that connects you to the housing supports you need. Working in collaboration with community partners, Halton Housing Help supports individuals to access and maintain safe and affordable housing.​

  • Access to affordable market housing

  • Subsidized housing (rent-geared-to-income)

  • Housing with supports

  • An emergency shelter program

  • One-time financial assistance for low income individuals and families that are experiencing difficulty with housing cost


Rental Search: 

 

Searching for a House to Buy:

www.mls.ca

 

Average Rental Prices:

Housing and rental accommodation costs within Halton (Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Halton Hills) vary between and within these cities. Costs will vary for a number of reasons such as the size of the property, the size and type of housing unit, its location, and its closeness to facilities and services.

 

Type of Apartment ​ ​ ​ ​
Municipailty​​Bachelor​1 Bedroom​2 Bedroom​3 Bedroom
​Oakville​$886​$1099​$1,281​1,480
​Burlington​$932​$1,023​$1,148​$1,362
​Milton​$703​$929​$1,090​1,377
​Halton Hills​$703​$929​$1,090​$1,377



Average Price for Buying a House:
Type of House ​ ​ ​ ​
Municipailty​​Bachelor​1 Bedroom​2 Bedroom​3 Bedroom
​Oakville​$703,787​$444,333​$360,222​349,660
​Burlington​$556,633​$392,000​$276,900​$275,733
​Milton​$508,997​$386,231​-​$276,333
​Halton Hills​$456,558​$366,450​-​$227,833