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Economy of Hamilton, Ontario

Summary
Hamilton, Ontario is a port city in Canada. Biggest employers List of Hamilton, Ontario Head Offices Construction and real estate Average house prices in Hamilton were up almost 6 per cent in January 2007 compared to January 2006. The Realtors Association of Hamilton-Burlington says that 'Consumers are continuing to show confidence in resale housing' and reports that 823 properties were sold in January 2007, a 1 per cent decrease from the same period last year. The number of properties listed rose by almost 6 per cent to 1,723. During January 2007, 786 homes were sold, including 650 houses and 136 condominium properties. The average price of non-condominium properties was 268,729whiletheaveragepriceofacondowas268,729 while the average price of a condo was 193,735. The city of Hamilton is ranked in its top 10 Ontario places (#5) to invest in real estate. Hamilton's economic diversification which is shifting away from the dirty steel town impression, new immigration to Canada from other parts of the
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