Markham, ON Real Estate & Houses for Sale

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Townhome
3+1 bds 4 ba
Listed 0 hours ago
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board
1107 Bur Oak Ave
Markham, Wismer L6E 1H1
List $ 999,900 New
Condo
2+0 bds 2 ba
Listed 0 hours ago
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board
8110 Birchmount Rd, #621
Markham, Unionville L6G 0E3
List $ 3,000 New
House
3 bds 3 ba
Listed 1 hour ago
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board
29 Sisina Ave
Markham, Cathedraltown L6C 0H6
List $ 1,299,000 New
House
4 bds 2 ba
Listed 3 hours ago
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board
16 Rycroft Dr
Markham, Unionville L3R 2J9
List $ 1,880,000 New
House
4 bds 3 ba
Listed 4 hours ago
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board
64 Brooklyn Cres
Markham, Unionville L3P 7C6
List $ 1,799,000 New
Townhome
3 bds 3 ba
Listed 5 hours ago
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board
26 Black Locust Dr
Markham, Greensborough L6E 0P8
List $ 998,000 New
House
4+1 bds 5 ba
Listed 6 hours ago
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board
53 Erintol Way
Markham, Cedarwood L3S 0E6
List $ 1,098,800 New
House
5+1 bds 7 ba
Listed 8 hours ago
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board
42 Laureleaf Rd
Markham, Bayview Glen L3T 2X7
List $ 6,788,000 New
Condo
1 bds 1 ba
Listed 8 hours ago
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board
8081 Birchmount Rd, #1313
Markham, Unionville L6G 0G5
List $ 2,400 New
Condo
2 bds 2 ba
Listed 8 hours ago
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board
39 Galleria Pkwy, #1005
Markham, Commerce Valley L3T 0A5
List $ 3,000 New
House
1 bds 1 ba
Listed 8 hours ago
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board
116 Jack Monkman St, #Bsmt
Markham, Cedarwood L3S 4S4
List $ 1,700 New
House
4+1 bds 3 ba
Listed 8 hours ago
Toronto Regional Real Estate Board
3 Emily Carr St
Markham, Unionville L3R 2K3
List $ 1,890,000 New
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Property Details

As the fourth-largest city in the GTA and 16th largest city in Canada, Markham has become one of the region’s most popular places to live. It’s an incredibly diverse and multicultural city with a large East Asian and South Asian population. Markham is also home to Pacific Mall, the largest Asian indoor market in North America! With three GO Transit stations, Markham is a highly convenient GTA community, and it’s also just 30 km from Toronto’s downtown. 

Markham is located within the Greater Area of Toronto of Southern Ontario, approximately one-hour north of Toronto city. With a population of around 300,000, Markham is the largest municipality in the York Region and covers an area of around 82 sq. miles.

Markham is bounded by five municipalities and is often recognised as a suburb of Toronto.

In terms of population, Markham is seeing the growth that is approximately three times faster than the rest of Canada. The primary language is English, however, over 20% of the population speak Cantonese and Mandarin. East Asians make up roughly 40% of Markham’s population, followed by White (28%), and South Asian (19%).

Markham has a number of unique and characterful neighbourhoods, and there are 5 major communities in the area: Berczy Village, Cornell, Markham Village, Milliken, and Unionville.


The housing market in Markham is incredibly strong, mainly due to the influx of buyers who are attracted to the large Chinese community in the area. Markham also has a number of Chinese restaurants, shops, and schools, which makes it a very desirable investment for buyers.


The city is projected to grow rapidly over the next 20 years, and with that, as will the real estate market. The local municipality is forecasting to create additional jobs, more communities, park spaces, and businesses, which will support the city’s plan to evolve and accommodate more growth. New communities are being created which offers buyers more choice of housing, such as low-rise homes, single-detached properties, townhouses, as well as high-rise condos. Markham is undoubtedly becoming a more desirable place to live and invest, particularly due to its emphasis on environmental sustainability.


Statistics suggest a higher demand for low-rise housing over the coming years, particularly from the growing number of baby boom households with children who are now reaching child rearing years. This will likely put pressure on the larger units in condominium apartments and low-rise homes and townhouses.


Markham is well-known with many top ranking schools in Ontario: Markville High School, Pierre Elliott Trudeau High School, Stonebridge Elementary School, Castlemore Public School, Milliken High School.