Houses For Sale in Cambridge MLS® Listings
Cambridge is a city in Southern Ontario with a population of more than 126,000 people and a land area of 112.86 kilometres. Galt, Hespeler, Preston, Waterloo, and North Dumfries were merged to form Cambridge. Cambridge's location is perfect for travellers due to its proximity to airports, major cities, and border crossings between Canada and the United States.
Cambridge's average age is 36.4 years, and the city prioritises education for its younger residents. It is a culturally diverse city with many opportunities for its people.
Cambridge Real Estate Trends and Information
In 2015, the cost of new residential building in Cambridge was $83.4 million. This money was used to build 429 new homes. As compared to the average price in Ontario, the average price of a home in Cambridge is lower.Many single-detached houses, as well as condominiums and single-family homes, are available in Galt. While the majority of residents in this area own their houses, there is still a significant amount of renting. The houses in this area are generally older.
There are several detached and single-family homes in Hespeler. More people own their homes in this region, while fewer rent. This neighbourhood has a combination of older and newer homes that are all reasonably priced.There are detached, single-family, and multifamily homes in Preston. Apartments and condos are also available. Some of the apartments in this area have previously been converted to condos. Those who own their homes and those who rent are evenly distributed.
Apartments, single-family homes, and detached homes are available in Greenway-Chaplin. The majority of residents in this area own their homes, while a smaller percentage rent. Fiddlesticks consists of single-family detached homes and townhouses. Again, this neighbourhood has a higher percentage of homeowners and a lower percentage of tenants. There is a blend of older and newer homes in the neighbourhood.
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