A city named after Upper Canada’s first Lieutenant-Governor Simcoe’s friend, William Markham, the Archbishop of York back in 1791. The Heritage of Markham continues today. What once was an agriculture community became a very important urban community after World War II. In the 1980’s Markham became recognized as a suburb of Toronto and is comprised of 8 major communities, Unionville, Milliken, Greensborough, Cornell , Markham Village,Wismer, Berczy Village and Cathedral Town.
Attracting high tech companies today because of the abundance of land, good transportation, a unique variety of homes for sale in Markham and low tax rates is creating new and growing modernization of blending heritage with current needs. Markham Town Council voted in 2012 to officially change Markham’s legal designation from town to city. The city is now branding itself as Canada’s High-Tech Capital.
Whatever your current research requires to help you make your important decision in choosing Markham as your home community, we can help. We have a large selection of both new and resale houses to share with you. Living in Markham is ideal for families and professionals and is one of the best Townships in the York Region.
As an experienced and highly knowledgeable realtor who is intimately familiar with homes in the Markham area, I would be pleased to help you find your perfect home. Owning real estate in Markham is a sound investment given the exceptional schools, high quality of community and social life that has easy and safe access to Toronto. Markham is an exceptionally desirable place to purchase a home.
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