Discover a place where the people are down-to-earth, the beauty is breathtaking, and the activities are endless.

“Ka-war-th-a” | bright waters and happy lands


Peterborough Houses average $546,000. Starter homes are $450,000 and in high demand. Your family can enjoy a beautiful home from $600,000 – $700,000. Waterfront homes on the Kawartha Lakes average $606,000, and Executive homes start at $700,000.    Updated 06/2020


Wide open spaces, smaller population, lower expenses and a strong sense of community. There are countless reasons why you should call Peterborough and the Kawarthas home. Check out our blog postings on how we came to find and fall in love with Peterborough and the Kawarthas.


Your kids will love it here.
It has been found that stress is contagious. If your family could benefit from a stronger sense of community and a slower pace in a vibrant city, call us to visit Peterborough. We’ll show you how our families are thriving in this community. There’s so much to do.

The sum of your gains isn’t just monetary

What’s more valuable than money? Your time. And how are you spending it? There’s more than great house prices that will convince you to make a move, and relocating to Peterborough and The Kawarthas has never been easier. We want to help you make the move with as little stress as possible. Because that’s what it’s all about – slowing the pace, reducing the stress, and living life to the fullest.

Did you know? Nature can have a huge impact on peoples mental health, and in an urban city, people don’t have the same opportunity to connect with nature. And if nature is what you’re looking for, we’ve got it. Peterborough strikes the right balance between city and scenic. We have a vibrant downtown filled with shops, restaurants and businesses, and you’re never more than minutes away from shining waters, hiking trails, parks and outdoor recreation. It allows you to relax more, and your kids to be kids. Choose working to live, not living to work. I made the move, and you can too.

Living Large in a Small City

Listen City, it’s not you. It’s Me…

This isn’t Working for Me Anymore.I grew up in the 7th largest city in Canada - Mississauga, Ontario.From a young age, I had a strong appreciation for wildlife, nature, and natural spaces. A fondness that was certainly fostered by family camping trips,...

What’s more Valuable than Money? Your Time

(but How is it Spent?) In 2001, I relocated from Mississauga to Peterborough County and had the dreaded task of completing a change of address on my Health Card and Drivers Licence. A task that was going to eat up my time, sitting in a Government building waiting for...