Do you have any idea what the best time of year to sell your home is? Having a strategy can ensure that you get the most available dollars for your home. According to KEEPING MATTERS CURRENT, data was collected by ATTOM Data Solutions, over a 6 year period to determine what dates are the very best to sell your home for maximum profit. Top 5 Days to Sell: June 28th – 9.1% above market February 15th – 9.0% above market May 31st – 8.3% above market May 29th – 8.2% above market June 21st – 8.1% above market May and June appear the be the top months overall. If you ...
Top 5 Dates to Sell Your Home
May 2, 2018
Think all Agents are the Same?
February 10, 2018
Did you know that fewer than 51.3 % of licensed Realtors did one or fewer transactions in 2017? How in the world does a person sort through all of the Realtors available to find the one that will work for them? The number of people who have Real Estate licenses and don't use them - or have them as a secondary job to make extra money is quite surprising. It is not enticing to homeowners who want a dedicated professional to handle their very important transaction. David Fleming has a blog that breaks down the numbers. Just for the record, I fall into ...
TREB's Market Year in Review & Outlook Report
February 9, 2018
MARKET YEAR IN REVIEW: The Market in 2017 Section Summary • Total sales reported through TREB’s MLS® System in 2017 amounted to 92,394 - down by 18.3 per cent compared to the record set in 2016. • The overall average selling price of $822,681 was up 12.7 per cent compared to 2016. Both average price and MLS® Home Price Index (HPI) a nnual growth rates were strongest in Q1 2017. • The pace of year-over-year price growth receded during the last two-thirds of 2017, as listings increased relative to sales. Total new listings entered into TREB’s MLS® System amounted to 178,489 – up 15.7 per cent compared to 2016 ...
Escalating House Prices in Large Canadian Metropolitan Centres
February 7, 2018
OTTAWA, Feb. 7, 2018 /CNW/ - Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation today released a new study - Examining Escalating House Prices in Large Canadian Metropolitan Centres. The analysis shows that strong economic and population growth, together with low mortgage rates, have been important drivers of house price growth in Canada. As well, it also shows that the supply response has been weaker in Toronto and Vancouver, than in other Canadian metropolitan areas. The report looked at data from Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary and Edmonton from 2010 to 2016. These cities show marked differences in the growth of their prices. While Toronto and Vancouver showed large and persistent increases in prices, there was only modest price growth in Montréal. Despite ...