Sold out 38 homes in 2 hours. Thank you new Fusion Family. Now go get warm ;)â€” Fusion Homes (@fusionhomes) March 19, 2016
"Because of overwhelming interest from home buyers in the GTA, this was the only way I could guarantee my clients the prime lots" says Marc Petitpas.
The people I work with never cease to amaze me. Great job today team... https://t.co/O2dBkuetHnâ€” Marc Petitpas (@mpetitpas) March 19, 2016
More and more people are coming to Guelph from Burlington, Oakville and Mississauga because the home values are a little bit more affordable. Guelph has received favourable attention with its low unemployment rate, rapid growth and low crime rate.
Watch @mpetitpas on @CTVKitchener tonight at 6pm. Great day at Solterra in #guelph. See you next month for the 50s! pic.twitter.com/QIaW9OIJKhâ€” Fusion Homes (@fusionhomes) March 19, 2016
Solterra / University of Guelph's Johnston GreenStatistics Canada reported the unemployment rate in Guelph dropped in February 2016, to 3.9%, from 4.0% in January. Guelph's rate is the lowest in the Canada and demand for employees in the area is high. With large successful exporters in the city like Linamar and Hitachi, the low dollar is making their products more profitable and competitive internationally. Signs for job applicants can be seen across the city.