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When most Canadians think about scorching hot real estate markets, they don't necessarily think about Hamilton. Yet over the past five years the average price of neighbourhoods in Hamilton has risen more than 60%, not far below the frenzied pace in Toronto and Vancouver.
While Hamilton has a well-earned reputation for being a gritty, blue-collar, industrial city, it’s attracting a new younger demographic. “That grittiness, that toughness is still here and that’s attracted the artistic crowd,” says George O'Neill, CEO of the Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington.
In his view, Hamilton is like Toronto’s trendy Queen West, although on a much bigger scale.
In our inaugural neighbourhood ranking for Hamilton, we have a three-way tie for first place between Crown Point East, Crown Point West and Gibson.
Like Toronto, the biggest challenge in Hamilton is supply.
There is still an imbalance between sales and new listings, says O'Neill, which tends to favour sellers.