Reader’s Choice Award
Home Builder Of The Year

May 1, 2023

Dunpar Homes is this year’s Reader’s Choice Home Builder of the Year! We are incredibly proud to be recognized by our Reader’s Choice and homeowners for our commitment to delivering exceptional quality, customer service, and innovative design.

At Dunpar Homes, we understand that buying a home is one of the most significant investments a person can make. That’s why we prioritize creating communities that elevate our homeowner’s lifestyles and provide them with a home they can be proud of. From our luxurious finishes to our attention to detail, we always strive for the best.

We take great pride in our ability to cultivate communities that meet the unique needs of our homeowners. From townhomes to suites to commercials buildings, we offer a range of options to suit a variety of lifestyles. We believe that a community should be more than just a place to live, it should be a place where you can thrive.

Lambton Towns Blog

We are grateful to Reader’s Choice and our homeowners for choosing us as their home builder of choice. It is an honor to know that our hard work and dedication to excellence have not gone unnoticed. We promise to continue to exceed your expectations and provide you with homes that you will love for years to come.

Lambton Towns Blog

We are excited to announce that Lambton Towns, our latest project, is now open. This community offers a range of townhome options in a prime location, surrounded by great amenities and beautiful green spaces. Visit us online for more information on this project and our other communities.

At Dunpar Homes, we are dedicated to providing our homeowners with the best possible home buying experience. We understand that purchasing a home is a significant investment, and we are committed to ensuring that our homeowners are completely satisfied with their purchase. Thank you for choosing Dunpar Homes as your home builder of choice.​

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Why new townhomes in Toronto are a good investment

Why new townhomes in Toronto are a good investment

While many more just do not want the responsibilities or permanence of home ownership, with all the repairs and shoveling and mowing that go along with it. This is where new townhomes in Toronto and townhomes in Mississauga are an excellent investment opportunity. Townhomes satisfy a growing need for a specific type of housing in Toronto by addressing the issue of what the Canadian Centre for Economic analysis called in its 2018 report, “The Missing Middle”. “Townhouses, stacked townhouses or semis—products for people who don’t want to be in condos and can’t afford detached—fill the gap, and it’s been an issue for years,” Dunpar Homes COO
Michael DiPasquale recently explained to Canadian Real Estate Magazine.

A Few Units Still Left At Streetsville

A Few Units Still Left At Streetsville

Some fortunate home buyers could be celebrating the holidays next year in their own new townhome in Streetsville Centre, Mississauga’s ‘The Village in the City’. Only a handful of Dunpar’s Streetsville Centre units remain in this gem of a neighbourhood. Owners of 201 classic English Georgian Manor townhomes will enjoy residences with three bedrooms, double-car garages and upscale finishes just a two-minute walk from the GO Station. There are schools, parks stores, services, restaurants and entertainment just a short stroll away. With the major highways, transit, airports and two big cities – Toronto and Mississauga – close by, purchasers will enjoy the small-town charm of this ‘village’ with all the advantages of modern, big-city living.

The Need for Financial gifting for New Townhomes in Toronto

The Need for Financial gifting for New Townhomes in Toronto

But housing prices aren’t coming down, and with the current elevated mortgage rates, financial support courtesy of the so-called bank of mom and dad will remain a necessity going forward. Financial gifting has been entrenched in the GTA’s housing market for quite some time. As far back as 2015, the bank of mom and dad was a significant source of financing in the pre-construction and resale residential submarkets, and as the home prices have surged, so too have financial gifts. According to an analysis by CIBC, financial gifting in real estate purchases rose from 20 per cent in 2015 to 28 per cent six years later. That translated to an average of roughly $52,000 nine years ago, and $82,000 in 2021, despite the share of financial gift recipients remaining flat.