Top Real Estate Agents in Hamilton.

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Hamilton's Top Agents

Brenda M.
Davenport Realty
20 Years of Experience
Andrew I.
Corona Realty Inc.
31 Years of Experience
Alex P.
Keller Williams Edge Realty Brokerage
15 Years of Experience
Neesh B.
Remax Aboutowne Realty Corp., Brokerage
12 Years of Experience
Robert P.
eXp Realty, Brokerage
20 Years of Experience
Jag G.
(33)
RE/MAX Paramount Realty
11 Years of Experience
Bill S.
(83)
iPro Realty
13 Years of Experience
Hussein A.
Re/max Realty Services Inc
11 Years of Experience
Sunny G.
(63)
Re/Max Realty Services Inc.
7 Years of Experience
Hamid A.
RE/MAX REALTY SERVICES INC., BROKERAGE
19 Years of Experience
Angie T.
ReMax Aboutowne Realty Corp
28 Years of Experience
Larissa S.
(30)
Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd. Brokerage
13 Years of Experience

Hamilton Real Estate News

Market Report Summary
Updated May 5th, 2021
  • Average home prices in Hamilton cooled off this April after breaking new records in March
  • Average sold prices increased by 42% year-over-year to $786K
  • Detached home prices increased by 43% year-over-year to $857K
  • Semi-detached/townhouse prices increased by 35% year-over-year to $679K
  • Condo apartment prices increased by 28% year-over-year to $466K

Hamilton Housing Market Overview

Data for April 2021
Avg. Sold Price:$786,737
All Property Types:$786,737
Detached:$857,201
Semi-Detached/Townhouse:$679,626
Condo Apartment:$466,264

Notice: Year-over-year comparisons for April will be exaggerated by the temporary downturn from the outbreak of COVID-19 in March 2020.

April brought an end to the constant month-over-month rise of home prices in Hamilton's housing market. After breaking new records in March, home prices dipped slightly downwards for April with average sold prices reaching $786K from $804K in March. Transaction volume also dropped down to 1,195 home sold from 1,302 in March. This seasonal decline was expected and all signs point to continued strength in Hamilton's housing market.

From a year-over-year perspective, home prices in Hamilton have done incredibly well. Average sold prices for all property types was up by 42% compared to April 2020. Detached homes fueled most of the appreciation with their average price increase of 43% year-over-year to $857K. Prices of semi-detached and condo apartments followed closely behind with a 35% and 28% year-over-year rise to $679,626 and $466,264, respectively.

Home prices in Hamilton still remain relatively affordable with average sold prices in Hamilton City Centre only at $576K. Hamilton East is slightly more expensive at an average sold price of $617K. In contrast,average sold prices of homes in Toronto are beyond $1M in most regions. This difference is likely to remain as Toronto benefits from an expanded CMHC First-Time Home Buyer program and a growing tech sector.

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