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The average property price in Guelph has increased by 65% from 2016 to 2020. High real estate prices in Guelph are driven by young families purchasing detached homes and an exodus of buyers moving from the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Within one year, the average property price in Guelph increased by nearly $170,000 from 2019 to 2020.
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Despite expensive property prices, Guelph’s real estate market is expected to increase in value for the years to come because of its attractive city, closeness to the GTA, and limited supply of homes.
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Compared to other cities in Ontario, Guelph’s real estate prices rising at a quick pace. Properties in Toronto cost $250,000 more than Guelph on average. On the other hand, Guelph’s property prices, on average, cost $60,000 more than Kitchener-Waterloo which is a short drive away. Both Guelph and Kitchener-Waterloo real estate markets are some the most active in Canada with multiple buyers often competing for the same property.
1 Bedroom: $1,400
2 Bedrooms: $1,750
2 Bedrooms: $2,000
2 Bedrooms: $1,773
Average Home Prices Below $500,000
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Ottawa is lodged in the Southeastern side of Ontario on the south bank of the Ottawa River. It is bordered by Gatineau, Montreal in the north, Embrun and Limoges in the east, Kemptville and Chesterville in the south, and Carleton Place and Mississippi Mills in the west.
Cambridge - 24 km away
Kitchener - 26 km away
Waterloo - 30 km away
Hamilton - 52 km away
Burlington - 56 km away
Toronto - 95 km away
The Guelph Transit bus has 21 routes that go around the city. All buses are equipped in front with a bike rack, so passengers can bike to work, school or anywhere in the city. There is also an accessible door-to-door mobility service available to to disabled.
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The Guelph Mercury Tribune cited Guelph General Hospital, Royal Canin Canada Co., and University of Guelph as some of Guelph’s best employers. With regards to size, the following Guelph companies have the largest number of employees:
University of Guelph
Upper Grand District School Board
The Corporation of The City of Guelph
Cargill Meat Solutions
Guelph General Hospital
Wellington Catholic District School Board
Blount Canada Ltd. Guelph Tool Inc.
The Homewood Corporation
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
University of Guelph
Guelph has various arenas, sports domes, gyms, recreation rooms, parks, picnic shelters, and hiking trails. It also has splash pads and outdoor wading pools throughout the city.
Guelph has two main hospitals namely Guelph General Hospital and St. Joseph's Health Centre Guelph.
As one of Ontario’s oldest public libraries, the Guelph Public Library checks out more than 2 million resources annually ranging from books and publications in both print and digital formats to movies, music and video games. It serves 1,500 people daily, and thus stands as the most used facility in Guelph.
Thanks to Ottawa’s great diversity, you can easily find a house of worship based on your religion. The city has more than 100 places of worship catering to both English and French speakers.
Bethel Mennonite Church
Calvary Baptist Church
Central Pentecostal Church
Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints
Basilica of Our Lady - Guelph
Knox Presbyterian Church - Puslinch
Avalokiteshvara Kadampa Buddhist Centre