Homelife/DLK Real Estate has been in operation since 1978, and is centrally located in downtown Brockville. Homelife/DLK deals in residential, farms, recreational and commercial properties. Homelife/DLK is a member of the Rideau St. Lawrence Real Estate Board, Ontario Real Estate Association and the Canadian Real Estate Association.
The staff at Homelife/DLK pride themselves in offering a service to their customers and clients with a team approach that is second to none.
Homelife/DLK demonstrates a strong commitment to the community and offers their mascot, Jerome, to various charities and community events. Homelife/DLK supports the Homelife Scholarship fund by pledging a percentage of their commissions toward high school scholarships.
The City of Brockville is the oldest incorporated municipality in Ontario. There are just over 22,000 citizens. Brockville is ideally located on the banks of the mighty St. Lawrence River.
Visit Brockville's unique village green that was laid out in 1809 and see the beautiful Court House to the north of the green built in 1842.
Brockville's main street (King St.) is a row of interesting stores housed in architecturally pleasing commercial blocks. The whole downtown area is a standing collection of buildings of many styles from the past. On the river shoreline is Blockhouse Island and Armagh Sifton Price Park where one can relax and enjoy.
The major employers of Brockville are Procter & Gamble, 3M, Invista and Trillium.. The city has a history of innovation in business. From the early days of the automobile to todays high technology manufacturing, industry has found Brockville to be a good and profitable home.
Brockville is host to countless festivals and events. Celtic Festival, Buskers, Riverfest, Ribfest, Automotion and 1000 Islands Poker Run attract over four hundred thousand people to this region.
In Brockville a modern three bedroom home with a single car garage sells for between $185,000 to $235,000. A wide variety of truly affordable housing is available. Elegant Victorian mansions grace the city. Home range from the latest luxury harbour front condominium to heritage stone cottages, traditional bungalows and pleasant apartments. Rents are reasonable.