Waterloo real estate agent Russ Hunter can help you achieve
your real estate goals by getting you acquainted with the Waterloo real
estate market. Russ enjoys selling real estate in Waterloo Ontario
and takes great pleasure in seeing satisfied clients.
As licensed Waterloo real estate agent, Russ is able to provide you
with unlimited access to all of the homes for sale on the Waterloo real
estate market including residential homes, condos and investment properties
such as duplexes and triplexes no matter what real estate company they're
This means you no longer have to spend time scouring the paper for
the latest Waterloo real estate listings. Just let Russ know what types
of homes you're looking for and
Waterloo real estate MLS® listings will be automatically emailed
to you as soon as they hit the market! This service will help make
your Waterloo much more relaxing!
Enjoy working with a Waterloo real estate agent who offers first class
online real estate service. With an extensive knowledge of the Waterloo
real estate market, Russ always looks forward to helping new clients.
For all your online Waterloo real estate needs, visit www.RussHunter.com.
Waterloo is situated about an hour East of London and one hour West of Toronto in Southwestern Ontario.
The population according to the latest census (2006) was 97,475. Waterloo is part of The Regional Municipality of Waterloo which also includes the cities of Kitchener and Cambridge, and the townships of Wellesley, Woolwich, Wilmot, and North Dumfries.
Waterloo is an internationally recognized hub for technology and innovation and is home for many leading high tech companies. This dynamic community has a strong economic base and is home to The University of Waterloo and Wilfred Laurier University.
Waterloo offers many points of interest including The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, the Waterloo-St. Jacob’s Railway, many parks and trails, theatres, great shopping and fantastic dining experiences. Visitors can also discover local Mennonite culture by visiting the small towns of St. Jacobs and Elmira that lie just north of Waterloo or by going on a trolley tour of a local Mennonite farm.
Waterloo Park is located in Uptown Waterloo, and contains a bandshell, animals, playgrounds and a large splash pad. During the holiday season it’s a popular place to visit due to the beautiful light displays called "Wonders of Winter".
Waterloo plays host to many festivals including Jazz, Quilts, Buskers, Country music and a winter uptown festival. The most exciting festival that draws the largest visitor numbers would be Oktoberfest. It’s the largest Bavarian festival in North America and includes the biggest Thanksgiving Day Parade in Canada!
The population of Waterloo region is increasing and an exciting future lies ahead. To help contribute to a prosperous future, the region is implementing light rail transit which features electric trains running along tracks separate from regular traffic. This will help attract new business and developments, help connect Waterloo region, and in turn manage its growth.
Waterloo is an exciting, vibrant place to live, work and play. Please get in touch if you have any questions about the Waterloo real estate market or Waterloo in general.