The Wild West is Currently in The Cold North. Ready, Set Fire, The Highest Bid Wins the Purchase Battle in Toronto.
February 20,2015. Caution! Central Toronto’s homes for sale are currently in multiple offers. Whoever pulls the trigger the fastest for the highest purchase price wins. If you’re not represented by a Realtor you will not even have a chance to view the property let alone be prepared to submit an offer because the property is only listed for 5 -7 days before offers are presented. This is a very short time frame to make one of the biggest decisions of one’s life. Sure, if you are a seller you “may” (if your property is located in a demand location) reap
For Sale: Interior Designers Renovated Town Home in Richmond Hill $498,000
Just Listed: Interior Designer's Own Masterpiece For Sale - $498,000
This beautiful town home in Richmond Hill was completely gutted and luxuriously renovated from top to bottom using quality materials. The homeowner who is an interior design took special care and it shows in the results. This custom renovation is well thought out, maximizing the space on all three floors. Style and sophistication are prevalent as soon as you open the door. The stunning open concept kitchen will delight any chef in addition to the Sky Terrace for barbecues. A one of a kind show home to suit anyone who appreciates good workmanship and custom design.
ROYAL LEPAGE 2014 HOUSE PRICE SURVEY & THE YEAR AHEAD
TORONTO, January 14, 2015 – For the first half of 2015, Royal LePage expects a confluence of factors and the lower cost of oil to support continued positive price momentum in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), which should experience the highest major market price increases. Ontario’s strengthened export economy buttressed by a flourishing U.S. economy and lower Canadian dollar; improved labour market trends; and unsatisfied demand from countless home buyers who lost out in 2014 GTA bidding wars are expected to carry the all-important 2015 spring market, according to the Royal LePage House Price Survey and Market Survey Forecast released today.
Continuing low inventory and a complete lack of a winter slowdown saw significant increases across all major Toronto housing types. Detached bungalows rose 11.6 per cent to $647,535, while prices for standard two storey homes increased 8.6 per cent to $745,062. Standard condominium prices saw an increase of 6.9 per cent year-over-year to $384,680.
Are you curious what a condominium suite or home has sold for in a particular neighbourhood in Toronto? In my video series, I will provide you with a few sold prices of homes and condominiums, so you can decide if this is the neighbourhood where you would like to live.
Corso Italia, St. Clair Ave. W & Dufferin, Toronto
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Buyer Inspection Of Property Video, No Wasting Your Time
As your buyer real estate agent, I inspect properties for you, But Now, I am excited to offer you my new "Pre- Inspect Property Video " which will save you even more valuable time. Once I consult with you in regards to your wish list for your new property purchase, I will visit potential properties and take a video of the home or condo, then quickly e-mail it to you for review. No more visiting properties that don't meet your expectations with ugly surprises. Please don't hesitate to contact me when ever you are ready to purchase your property.
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Toronto Home Sales & Prices 2015
A New Sales Record For The Month of May 2015
TORONTO, June 3, 2015 – Toronto Real Estate Board announced 11,706 sales reported by Greater Toronto REALTORS® in May 2015. This result was up by 6.3 per cent in comparison to 11,013 sales reported in May 2014. For the TREB market area as a whole, sales were up for all major housing types. However, in the City of Toronto, where the supply of low-rise listings has been constrained, sales were down for detached homes. Despite a shortage of listings in some market segments, we experienced a record number of sales reported through TREB’s MLS® System for the month of May,” said Mr. Etherington. Record May transactions, coupled with a dip in the number of homes available for sale, resulted in strong price growth. The MLS® Home Price Index (HPI) Composite Benchmark was up by 8.9 per cent year over year in May. The MLS® HPI uses benchmark homes to estimate price growth. This allows for an “apples to apples” comparison of price growth that is not affected by changes in the mix of sales activity. The average selling price for all home types combined in May 2015 was up by 11 per cent annually to $649,599.
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