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How much does it cost to live in Halton?


Median Selling Price$1,378,000

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Median Selling Price$1,025,000

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Median Selling Price$980,000

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Median Selling Price$637,500

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Top 5 Schools in Halton

St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School1080 Linbrook Rd, L6J 2L1, Oakville, ON
Al-Falah Islamic391 Burnhamthorpe Rd E, L6H 7B4, Oakville, ON
St. Luke Catholic Elementary School2750 Kingsway Dr, L6J 7G5, Oakville, ON
Joshua Creek Public School1450 Arrowhead Road, L6H 7P9, Oakville, ON
Forest Trail Public School (Elementary)1406 Pine Glen Road, L6M 4B9, Oakville, ON

Why live in Halton?

Natural beauty, a low crime rate, and a prime location within the Greater Toronto Area are just a few reasons that Halton residents are proud to call it home. The region consists of several cities and townships, including Burlington, Milton, Oakville, and Halton Hills.

Quality and diversity of education in Halton

The Halton District School Board (HDSB) is responsible for educating over 64,000 students from kindergarten to Grade 12 each year. The HDSB operates 102 schools, 84 elementary and 18 secondary, while the Halton Catholic District School Board runs another 46 elementary schools and 9 secondary schools in the region. Meanwhile, some of the major private schools in the area include Appleby College, Chisholm Academy, and St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School in Oakville, and there is also one post-secondary institution, Sheridan College Trafalgar Road Campus.

Most populous cities in Halton

The largest municipality in Halton Region is Oakville, with roughly 215,000 inhabitants. Next is Burlington with over 186,000 people, followed by Milton with 132,000 residents, and lastly, Halton Hills, which has a population of roughly 62,000.

Quality of infrastructure for Halton

Given Halton’s close proximity to Hamilton and Peel Region, it is serviced by not one but two international airports: John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport in Hamilton and Toronto Pearson International Airport in Mississauga (the largest airport in the country). Meanwhile, if you want to travel by train, Metrolinx’s GO Transit also offers routes all over the region. Via Rail even has a stop in Oakville, opening up train access to much of the country. There are also local public transit options in each major Halton municipality, such as Milton Transit, Burlington Transit, and Oakville Transit. Next, major highways that run through Halton include Highway 401, Highway 403, Highway 407, and the Queen Elizabeth Way. Lastly, the region is home to several hospitals, like the Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington, the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital in Oakville, and the Milton District Hospital in Milton.

Safety and security for Halton

Halton Region is considered extremely safe. In fact, Maclean's magazine once ranked Halton as the "safest place to live" in the GTA and among the top five safest places in Canada in their national crime ranking report. As recently as 2023, both Oakville and Burlington were among the top ten cities in Canada with the lowest crime rates. Monitoring the safety and security of the region at all times is the Halton Regional Police Service.

Halton property market

Halton Region is home to some of the most valuable real estate in the Greater Toronto Area. Whether you’re looking to buy a new home in Burlington, Oakville, Milton, or Halton Hills, you will find a wide variety of property types here. For example, buyers will be able to find everything from condos and townhomes to detached, semi-detached, and multi-storey homes. At the moment, some of the most attractive places to buy real estate in the region include Tansley, Uptown, Palmer, and Headon in Burlington, Uptown Core, Glen Abbey, West Coast Trails, and Clearview in Oakville, and Old Milton.

Standard of living in Halton

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the standard of living in Halton Region is high. As with other parts of the Greater Toronto Area, Halton has plenty going for it. Access to plenty of parks and waterways, including Lake Ontario, a mix of suburban and rural options, a booming economy and housing market, and some of the best education and healthcare services in the provinces are what you get when you live in Halton Region. If you don’t believe us, just take a look at The Global Liveability Index 2023’s Liveability Report, which ranked Toronto (and by extension - Halton Region) as the ninth most liveable city in the world.

Something wonderful about Halton

In Halton Region, residents benefit from the best of both worlds. Not only are you close to the bustling cities of Toronto and Hamilton, which means easy access to entertainment, nightlife, professional sports, and more, but you also get to enjoy a quieter, more quaint style of living. From the rolling hills of Milton to Burlington and Oakville’s Lake Ontario shoreline, you can find everything you need in Halton Region.