Several years ago I started looking at condos in Palm Beach. It was a joint venture. My brother and sister and I would buy together, my parents would use the place in the winter and their needs were priorities. They needed to be on the water, close to some shopping, in a nice quiet building.
My sister refused to buy on a floor higher than the second. Apparently, her kids had never seen a balcony before. My brother insisted there be access to the beach and a nearby bar he could sneak off to discretely. Sister-in-law wanted a gym. Brother-in-law wanted water views.
Needless to say, we wore out several poor realtors in the area before we compromised, arm wrestled, tossed coins and finally bought something.
Relocating is complicated. Relocating to Hamilton will be a piece of cake!
One needs time to assess the areas, schools, amenities, transportation, commute; so many factors.
We now have an economic migration heading down the QEW en route to Hamilton. We are half price real estate, have state of the art medical facilities, a fantastic university, job rates higher than Toronto, an easy GO commute from the new station, beautiful new urban condo projects in development, a fantastic art scene and a vibrant music community.
We are finally cool!!!
Whether it is Westdale, James North, Hamilton Mountain, Dundas, Hamilton Central, Aberdeen and Locke or Ancaster -Hamilton is chalk full of lovely neighbourhoods suitable to your lifestyle.
After decades in the real estate business, I’ve become an expert on buying, selling, and living in Hamilton.
If you are ready to take the plunge and move to a thriving community bursting with opportunities and life, give me a call or send me an email.
The more you tell me, the easier it will be to help you settle in you where you belong.
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