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Grand Valley is a township in the province of Ontario, composed of the former Township of East Luther and the former Village of Grand Valley. The township is located within Dufferin County and includes a part of the Luther Marsh. The marsh covers over 10,000 acres (40 km²) including Luther Lake. The Grand River is one of the major sites and runs adjacent to the town.
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The Grand Valley real estate market is beginning to resemble that of its neighbour Orangeville. Several new subdivisions are starting to reach a few years of age and with that comes the gradual increase in price points.
You can reasonably expect Grand Valley to follow the same pricing pattern that we’ve seen with Orangeville over the last several years. This is because of the city’s ever-increasing size and therefore the lack of affordable housing forcing homeowners and would-be homeowners to the perimeter towns. To add to this they have seen the widening of Highway 10 come to completion which now increases the volume of traffic that Highway 10 can accommodate and the speed at which a person can now commute. With Grand Valley just to the West of Orangeville, a commuter can now reach Brampton in less than 40 minutes. This only spells one thing for Grand Valley and that’s an expansion and a rise in home prices that surely won’t stop in the foreseeable future, making it a great investment opportunity. Contact us to receive your house and home value.
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Grand Valley Ontario was settled in 1855 when the family of George Joyce built the first log house, barn and a tavern. By 1861 the town had their first post office and resident Sam Stuckey was the first postmaster. They also created the first Municipal Council the same year. By the year 1869, the small village had grown to over sixteen residents and nine-plus buildings, by 1870 the first store had opened.
The area of Grand Valley was known as East Luther in Dufferin County, which was separated from the Township of Luther in Wellington County. Some early settlers had to walk at least 10 miles to receive and send mail until they built a post office at Keldon in 1884.
The hamlet was originally called Luther Village before the name was changed to Grand Valley in 1886. It was part of Wellington County until 1882, then, became part of the newly formed Dufferin County. The urban centre of town incorporated in 1897 to become the Village of Grand Valley. It was not until almost 1997, a century later that the East Luther Township and the Village of Grand Valley would amalgamate to become one municipality. This new municipality was known as the Township of East Luther Grand Valley until 2012 when the name was changed to the Town of Grand Valley.
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Get pre-approved for a mortgage. A pre-approval lets you know how much you have to spend, and locks you in at the current interest rate for up to 90 days or more. This is important with potential interest rate hikes by the Bank of Canada, which may impact your mortgage rate and ultimately, your home-buying budget.
Yes, Dufferin county has a home ownership program. The program is designed to provide moderate income households, with an interest free down payment assistance loan/second mortgage to help purchase a home. There are no monthly mortgage payments for the second mortgage. Repayment of the second mortgage is required when the property is sold.
- Talk to a lender first.
- Go with a local realtor, they'll know the market better.
- Research potential candidates.
- Check the realtors reviews thoroughly.
- Interview at least three real estate agents.
- Request and verify references.
- Compare the three realtors contracts.
This is an extensive question with a long answer, the purchase of a first home can be frustrating with grants, programs, mortgages and more. It's very wise to speak with a professional about the largest investment of your life.