PHOTOS: Least expensive homes sold in Burlington, Milton, Oakville during November

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Published December 9, 2022 at 11:17 am

With the resale home market cooling, down by five to 10 per cent across much of the country, including Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Halton Hills, there are plenty of deals up for sale.

In addition to lower prices, the market is also starting to see more and more units being sold for well-below asking, bucking the trend over the last couple of years that saw a sharp rise in housing prices.

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Here are five of the least expensive homes sold in Halton in the last month:

2507-100 Burloak Dr., Burlington

A real value in today’s market, this condo sold for $220,000. A one-bedroom plus den, pristine penthouse suite with 9-foot ceilings. Plenty of amenities in building including 24-hour concierge.

Photo courtesy Royal LePage Realty Plus Oakville


2101-100 Burloak Dr., Burlington

Located near the shores of Lake Ontario, this bright, one-bedroom condo sold for $375,500. Freshly painted, new flooring, ground-floor suite with walk-out to patio and in-suite laundry.

Photo courtesy Royal LePage Realty Plus Oakville


305-2052 Courtland Dr., Burlington

This condo, which sold for $410,000, offers downtown living without the hefty price tag. Well-built, low-rise building is walking distance to downtown Burlington and Spencer Smith Park.

Photo courtesy Re/Max Real Estate Centre


405-975 Warwick Ct., Burlington

This stunning, spacious, one-bedroom, open-concept suite sold for $420,000. Updated kitchen, newer flooring, glassed-in, south-facing balcony. Well maintained building that has indoor pool, sauna, exercise room and lots of visitor parking.

Photo courtesy Royal LePage Burloak Real Estate Services


709-700 Dynes Rd., Burlington

Selling for nearly $70K under asking, this 1,200 sq.-ft. two bedroom went for $430,000. Views of Lake Ontario, in-suite laundry, outdoor pool and concierge service, located Burlington Centre.

Photo courtesy Re/Max Aboutowne Realty Corp.

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