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Average Property Prices in London, Ontario


Did You Know?

The London Ontario population is only around 400,000 people, so it’s not a huge city. Although larger cities are only a couple of hours away, there is plenty to do, and the community is friendly, supportive, and welcoming.

The city is safe and there is plenty of untouched nature when a break is needed from shopping centers, sports venues, and other amenities.


  2016 2017 2018 2019 2020


Property Price

$283,778 $338,068 $369,269 $409,422 $464,568


Comparing Property Prices in Nearby Cities





$464,568 $596,224 $667,000
London Agents Kitchener-Waterloo Agents Guelph Agents




London, Ontario Rent Prices


Condos Townhomes Houses

1 Bedroom - $1,350

2 Bedrooms - $2,050


3 Bedrooms -$1,877

4 Bedrooms -$2,024



Most Affordable Neighborhoods in London, Ontario

with average home prices below $500,000


London East
London South

London, Ontario Statistics


Residential Property Tax Rate

63 (LOW)

Cost of Living Index

46 (LOW)

Crime Index


Quality of Life Index

66 (HIGH)

Health Care Index

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Moving to London, Ontario


Bigger space for your family. Bigger value for your money.
You can own a home in London for less than $500,000!
The most affordable houses proliferate in the east and south end.
  • If you enjoy road trips, London is perfect for you. Situated in the middle of Toronto and Detroit, you just have to worry about choosing which metropolis (or country!) to explore each weekend!
  • Compared to other metropolitan areas in Canada, London has one of the lowest unemployment rates.
  • Basement apartments and detached homes are the most common rental properties in London.
  • London’s cost of living is 13% cheaper than Toronto's.

As of 2017, there were 404,699 people in London. The median age is around 39, a male/female ratio of 1.1:1, with 67% of residents married and 41% being families with children. Around 90% of the London population speak English only, and only 0.1% speak French only. 5% of the population is South Asian, 3% Chinese, 2.9% Black, 2% Arab, 1.8% Latin American. The remaining population is white.


Not Just Another City


It might be called “the other London,” but don’t let its moniker fool you. The thriving city of London, Ontario is definitely not just another city. This world-class education and healthcare hub’s top-ranking institutions such as Western University and Children’s Hospital have earned the city its limelight.


On top of that, the city boasts of rich culture as evidenced by its wide array of museums, historic sites, and heritage conservation districts. London offers events and activities throughout the year that will never bore you. Bask in great music, arts and food at Sunfest, Canada’s leading summer jazz festival.

During winter, let your eyes twinkle with delight at the sight of Victoria Park’s festive Christmas lights or hit the skating rink at Covent Garden Market. Nature lovers will also fall for London’s numerous parks and breathtaking scenery surrounding the Thames River. And those who often get bitten by the travel bug will love London’s convenient proximity to the U.S. border. If you are looking for your next home, lots of opportunities await you in London.


Where is London, Ontario?


Located in the Quebec-Windsor corridor of Southwest Ontario, London is a city that has big-town features but a small-town feel. It has a busy downtown but plenty of quiet parks and an abundance of nature.

The business opportunity is plentiful, the community is diverse, and the community is expanding. Average home prices are around half of what a buyer can expect in bigger cities like Toronto and Ottawa.

London boasts the impressive Victoria Park, a beautiful 7.3-hectare park where there are many annual events, and the unique activity squirrel fishing, as a large population of Eastern Grey squirrels lives in the park.


Nearby Cities and Driving Distance

Sarnia - 100 km away

Kitchener - 106 km away Waterloo - 108 km away Chatham-Kent - 115 km away Guelph - 117 km away

Hamilton - 125 km away Mississauga - 171 km away Windsor - 191 km away

Toronto - 192 km away

Detroit (U.S.) - 194 km away



Demographics of London, Ontario


Population 545,441
(as of July 2019)
Statistics Canada reported that London’s population grew by 2.4 percent in 2018. Most of its citizens fall between 15 to 64 years old. The average household size is 2.4 with a median total household income of $64,743. According to a 2017 CBC article, 1 out of 5 Londoners are immigrants.
Employment Rate - 59.2
Median Age - 40.7 years
Avg. Household Size - 2.4


Median Total Income of Households - $64,743


Bachelor's Degree - 11%

Master's Degree - 3%

Doctorate - 0.8%

Marital Status

Never Married - 22%

Married or Living Common Law - 42%

Separated - 3%

Divorced - 5%

Widowed - 4%

Knowledge of Official Languages

English only - 77%

English and French - 6%

Neither English nor French - 1%

Ethnic Origins

European - 65%

Asian - 11%

African - 2%


North American Aboriginal - 3%

Oceanic - 0.1%

Other North American - 25%


Caribbean - 1%

Latin, Central and South American - 2%



Trivia about London, Ontario


  • Also dubbed as “Forest City”, London used to be a thick forest that Governor Simcoe envisioned to be a prosperous city intersected by the Thames River.
  • From Piccadilly Street to Covent Garden Market to Thames River, London exudes a huge British vibe thanks as well to its numerous European immigrants. The influence can also be observed in the architecture throughout the city.
  • London gave birth to world-famous Hollywood celebrities such as Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams, and pop culture sensation, Justin Bieber.



Public Transportation in London, Ontario

The Waterloo Region offers public transportation via land, railway or air.



The London Transit Commission provides an extensive bus network that will help passengers get around London. To commute outside the city, the public can take a Greyhound bus, a VIA Rail train, or fly via different airlines that depart from the London International Airport.

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Top Employers in London, Ontario



London Inc. magazine declared the following businesses in London as winners of Best places to Work 2019 based on high-performance work culture and employee trust and happiness:



Signature Graphics

1st Choice Home Solutions

Pillar Nonprofit Network

SlyFox Digital Media Marketing

Bath Fitter London


Salon Entrenous

adHOME Creative

Media Sonar

Nuts for Cheese

Zucora Home


Sifton Properties Limited

Libro Credit Union

Harrison Pensa LLP

Thames Valley Family Health Team



Top Schools in London, Ontario





As the parents’ and teachers’ go-to source for school performance, the Fraser Institute, has ranked these London elementary schools as the top:


St. Paul Catholic School

Jack Chambers Public School Masonville Public School

St. Anne Catholic School Stoneybrook Public School


High School


A.B. Lucas Secondary School Oakridge Secondary School Catholic Central High School Saunders Secondary School École Secondaire Gabriel-Dumont

London Central Secondary School Sir Frederick Banting Secondary School

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School

Mother Theresa Catholic Secondary School

Saint André Bessette Catholic Secondary School


University of Western Ontario Fanshawe College

Westervelt College

St. Peter’s Seminary



Recreation in London, Ontario



Whether you prefer indoors or outdoors, recreational programs abound in London all throughout the year. From swimming to golf to hockey to skating, many fun and exciting activities are in store for you. In need of equipment or an event facility for private functions? The city also offers a variety of recreation rental spaces that you can choose from.
















roundnet hockey



Hospitals in London, Ontario



Being London’s largest employer, the London Health Sciences Centre employs almost 15,000 medical practitioners and staff. This Western University-affiliated institution caters to more than 1 million patients annually and houses the following world-class healthcare facilities and leading research institutes:


Children's Hospital

University Hospital

Victoria Hospital

Kidney Care Centre

Byron Family Medical

Lawson Health Research Institute

Victoria Family Medical Centre

London Regional Cancer Program

Canadian Surgical Technologies & Advanced Robotics

Children's Health Research Institute



London is also home to St. Joseph’s Healthcare London, one of the province’s top-notch teaching hospitals.


London, Ontario Public Library



With 16 branches spread throughout the city, London Public Library lends out books, music, movies, TV shows, and various publications in different formats for people of all ages. Patrons can also access learning platforms such as Creativebug,, Pronunciator, Mango Languages, and Learning Express.


London, Ontario Places of Worship



Religion in Kitchener-Waterloo is diversified. Most of its inhabitants are Christians followed by non-affiliated ones. Other prominent faith groups in the area consist of Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists. Here are some houses of worship in Kitchener-Waterloo based on the religion:


Anglican - All Saints Anglican Church

Baptist - Glen Acres Baptist Church

Buddhist - Phommaviharam Buddhist Temple

Catholic - St. Mary’s Church

Christian - Bethel Chapel

Hindu - Brahmarishi Mission Of Canada

Jehovah’s Witness - Kingdom Hall

Islam - Muslim Society of Waterloo & Wellington Counties

Jewish - Temple Shalom

Lutheran - Christ Lutheran

Church Mennonite - Erb Street Mennonite

Church Orthodox - Ukrainian Orthodox Church of St. Sophia

Sikhism - Golden Triangle Sikh Association



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