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With a population of 366,000 people and an area of about 162 square miles, London is Canada's tenth largest city, located in Southern West Ontario.The University of Western Ontario, Fanshawe College, and a number of hospitals are all located in the area, making it a centre for healthcare and education. The economy of London is booming, with a focus on education, science, information technology, and insurance.Many corporate headquarters are based in London, which promotes a thriving economy by creating employment in a variety of industries.

It also has deep creative roots, and the city hosts a variety of arts and music festivals throughout the year that are important to the tourism industry.Many of the city's spaces are named after British towns and attractions, demonstrating the city's heavy British presence.

Covent Garden Market, a renowned indoor market where you can buy fresh produce, cheese, meat, and artisanal goods, is located near the River Thames, Piccadilly, and Oxford.In comparison to other major cities, real estate is affordable, and there are properties to fit all budgets and tastes.London, despite being a bustling metropolis, has a warm and welcoming atmosphere, making it a perfect city for both professionals and families.


Population
383822

Area
420.57 km2

QOL Rank
0

New construction
0

Active listings
688

Rental listings
15

London Real Estate Trends and Information

The real estate sector in London is booming, and the city has completely recovered from the economic downturn of 2007.Heritage houses, modern condominiums, bungalows, and single detached homes are available at affordable prices relative to other major cities such as Vancouver and Toronto, and are located in both bustling suburban areas and quaint villages.

Due to job growth, affordability, high employment rates, and influxes of migrants to the region, the housing market is constantly increasing and is expected to continue to expand in the coming years.The housing market is reasonably balanced, and the 25-35 demographic is projected to have a positive effect.

Housing prices are increasing, but many people will still be able to get a mortgage, and projections expect good growth due to job growth and economic stability.Apartment rentals have also seen a rise in demand, as they provide a lot of comfort and are typically near to the city centre and its amenities.

Young professionals and migrants aged 25-35 are more likely to buy a house for sale in London or a condominium apartment because they are unable to afford single detached home.The older market, on the other hand, is supporting demand for single detached homes.First-time buyers will continue to benefit from the booming economy and high employment rates.

Average Home Price

$680,541

Average Rent

$2,110

Average Condo Price

Not available

Average Detached Price

Not available

Exploring London

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Entertainment

In London, there is a strong focus on greenery, with numerous public parks dotted throughout the area. Victoria Park is one of the most well-known in the region, with over 1 million visitors per year.
Richmond Row, one of the city's most iconic areas for lively bars and restaurants, also has a great nightlife scene.
London is home to a variety of sports teams, including the London Knights of ice hockey and the London Lightening of the National Basketball League of Canada.

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Education

London has a variety of well-known educational institutions, which are divided into three categories: elementary, intermediate, and post-secondary education.
Secular English and secular French, as well as Catholic English and Catholic French, control the city's public schools, and there are over 20 private schools in the municipality.
The government pays for public schools, which are free and have a high graduation rate. The city is also home to London Central Secondary School, Ontario's highest-ranking academic institution, as well as The University of Western Ontario and Fanshawe College. Byron, Westmount, Stoneybrook, Southcrest, and Summerside are popular with families because of the affordable housing, larger houses and land lots, and proximity to schools.

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Economy

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