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Living and working in Barrie means avoiding gridlock, stress and time spent commuting. Living in Barrie has its perks – no matter where you live or where you’re going, you can get there in just ten minutes.

Barrie’s lower cost of living and exceptional housing affordability earned it the number four spot on the list of the Top 50 Places to Invest in Canada in 2016. According to Environics Analytics, the Barrie census metropolitan area has a higher concentration of household maintainers that are under 25 years and between 25 to 34 years of age compared to the provincial average. A household maintainer is the person in a household identified as paying rent or mortgage, taxes, or electricity bills for a dwelling.

Whether you’re seeking an estate home, a modest retirement bungalow, or a waterfront condo, the options are affordable and plentiful in Barrie.

Average Residential Sale Price 2017
Barrie, ON $525,830
Victoria, BC $612,584
Edmonton, AB $364,473
Saskatoon, SK $340,300
Kitchener-Waterloo, ON $468,877
Hamilton – Burlington, ON $575,004
Greater Toronto Area $873,631
Source: RE/MAX 2017 Spring Market Trends Report


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