Homes for Sale in Kitchener, Ontario
Looking for a home in Kitchener? You're in luck! We've got a great selection of houses for sale, all located in one of the best cities in Ontario. Whether you're looking for a spacious suburban home or something closer to the city centre, we've got something that'll fit your needs. So take a look and request more information on any of our listings – we would be happy to help!
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Kitchener, Ontario Overview
Kitchener, or the Kitchener-Waterloo region, is the 4th largest Census Metropolitan Area in Ontario, compromising over 623,000 people as of 2020. More than half of the population lives in Kitchener directly, with the other half living in Waterloo, Cambridge, and the four nearby rural townships. Commonly referred to as the Tri-cities, KW is a popular alternative to living in Toronto with its mix of small-town charm with big-city perks.
Due to its central location in the Southern Ontario region, Kitchener is also within a one-hour drive to Toronto, London, Brampton, Guelph, and Hamilton. Houses for sale in Kitchener have gone up in price recently, with prices across all of Ontario rising.
The area has grown steadily at a rate of about 2% per year for over a decade and has accelerated in the last few. It is expected to gain another 100,000 in population in the next ten years.
Real Estate For Sale in Kitchener, Ontario
Similar to other regions in the province, Kitchener, Ontario real estate has skyrocketed in price this last year. In December of 2021, the average sale price of all types of homes in the KW region was $842,014. This is a 32.5% increase over the price of homes the previous December.
Breaking it down by housing type, the average sale price of a detached home was $1,021,353, up 34.7% from December of 2020. For townhouses, the average sale price was $717,475, up 39.4% from the previous year. Finally, the average sale price for condos was $500,352, representing a 30.6% increase year over year. In
Overall, this puts all residential real estate in Kitchener at exploding prices for the region.
Living in Kitchener, Ontario
The KW region is best known for its high-end tech companies and sports a strong manufacturing sector. Historically, it has some of the lowest unemployment rates in Ontario.
The city is home to major businesses such as Sun Life Financial, Manulife Financial, the Canadian Google HQ, Blackberry, and a wide assortment of other high-tech companies and institutes.
Its schools are also well-known for their science and tech research, including the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University.
In terms of diversity, approximately 23% of the region are immigrants, according to the 2016 Census. The area has strong German roots from its original settlement in 1916, but most immigrants have come from India, China, and the Middle East in recent years.
For things to do in Kitchener, the city has a broad range of restaurants, art galleries, museums, shopping centers, and more. It is a bustling city with many distinct pockets of commercial and public attractions.
One of the Kitchener-Waterloo region’s biggest attractions is Oktoberfest, which it has hosted every year since 1969, the second-largest in the world. There’s also the Multicultural Festival and the Kitchener Blues Fest.
Kitchener’s nightlife is filled with good pubs and bars, primarily German and European cuisine.
In terms of the natural landscape, the region has countless parks and trails along the Grand River, with large parks such as Waterloo Park and RIM Park featuring large sports and picnic areas and public washrooms.
Kitchener Community Highlights
- The second biggest Oktoberfest in the world, a celebration of German cuisine and beer
- Great opportunities in STEM fields and manufacturing throughout the region
- Beautiful natural parks and trails along the Grand River
- Multiple world-class universities
- Many commercial and cultural pockets for samplings of diverse stores and foods
Kitchener Area Schools
The KW area has many great schools, especially those specializing in innovation and tech. According to Fraser Institute scores, here is a list of some of the best schools in the region.
- Laurelwood Public School (Grades K-8)
- Abraham Erb Public School (Grades K-6)
- Vista Hills Public School (Grades K-8)
- Lackner Woods Public School (Grades K-6)
- Millen Woods Public School (Grades K-6)