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Downtown Hamilton - The Revival

Beautiful drone video of Hamilton

How many months until the RBG lilac dell blooms again?

Well done James North business owners!

Hamilton-Burlington December 2014 real estate stats

Article: Hamilton as BoomTown - 2015 Predictions from CBC.ca

Major Canadian bank economists say Hamilton will continue to be one of the strongest housing markets in the country in 2015. Some predictions are even more striking. “For 2015-2016, Hamilton is the only city where we actually have home prices growing over the two years,” said TD real estate economist Diana  Petramala .  The TD analysis looks at the largest 14 cities in Canada. 'For 2015-2016, Hamilton is the only city where we actually have home prices growing over the two years.' - TD real estate economist Diana Petramala Over the last few years, Hamilton’s housing market has been hot, often ahead of the pack in how much prices rose or how many homes sold. The market has been a frequent talking point, its strength touted as evidence of the city's vibrancy. A Article: CBC.ca.

Victorian Townhouses in Central Hamilton

Article - "Is Hamilton getting too cute?"

Is Hamilton getting too cute? The idea seems a trifle unlikely. The city at the west end of Lake Ontario still has a reputation as a gritty working-class steel town. But a wave of gentrification has rolled through in the past few years. Young couples priced out of the Toronto real estate market have been coming down the QEW to shop for houses. Galleries and caf├ęs are popping up on once-derelict downtown streets. Throngs of people turn out for gallery-hopping art crawls. This city of drivers even has a bike-share program and a new central-city bike lane. Full Article..... Article: Globe & Mail. Building blocks in place for a new Hamilton

Video: Gorgeous drone view of Hamilton, 2014

Video: The Ambitious City

Hamilton's Economic Development's 2014 video

Video: Driving Tour of Hamilton

Hamilton Churches - video

Hamilton Spectator Restaurant Review - The Twisted Lemon

A favourite spot...James Street Book Cellar on James South

Brutal Beauty

Bettianne's Bio

Bettianne enjoys the culture of the City! She is a Real Estate Broker, Accredited Buyer Representative, Accredited Elite Advocate and former Managing Director of a multi-office real estate brokerage. She has advanced training and highly developed skills in negotiation, sensitivity and experience with special situations (such as stigmatized properties, family legal situations, and seniors). Bettianne holds a Bachelors Degree from the University of  Waterloo with an emphasis in Business Administration. She was formerly a successful art dealer and gallery owner recognized for progressive marketing and high quality customer service. Her real estate clients expect the same  outstanding, result-orientated service. Bettianne has a strong appreciation of architectural styles and an understanding of her clients' unique preferences as to home, neighbourhood or lifestyle.