Town of Georgina Development Applications Semi-Annual Update - 2020

Tuesday Jan 5th, 2021

Georgina Real estate development applications

The following is an aggregation of publicly available information for educational purposes for our development and investment clientele. Full information available at this link: Georgina Ward 1 Development Applications   Ballymore/Glenwoods in Keswick   Camlane Phase 10 in... [read more]

What is the urban exodus, and why does it matter?

Tuesday Dec 8th, 2020


Context I wrote a lot of articles earlier this year, but started doing more visual analysis for Instagram, Twitter & YouTube to grow my audience on those platforms. I've decided I should write a bit more again. I managed to put together a few data sets aimed at understanding the way people are changing their relationship with urbanized housing as a result of the covid-19 pandemic, and the consequential lockdowns that followed it. The information was well received by the media.... [read more]

Dec 2019 - Keswick North - Georgina Real Estate Market Infographic

Monday Jan 13th, 2020


Keswick North Infographic - the average size of a home in Keswick North has 3 bedroom and 3 washrooms.  $564,246 is the average list price of a home in Keswick North.  There are currently 16 homes for sale in Keswick North, only 13 homes sold meaning that there is only 1.2 months of real estate inventory avalible in Keswick North.  Keswick North % LIST/SALE RATIO was 97.  Keswick North highest sale price for the month was $549,885.  Keswick North lowest real estate... [read more]

3 reasons you shouldn’t get caught up in spring “price growth”

Friday Mar 13th, 2020


Today’s 3-pointer will be brief, and it could very quickly become functionally irrelevant as the coronavirus panic spreads from grocery stores to real estate viewings. There are 3 statistically-biased reasons you really shouldn’t get too wrapped up in the idea that “spring market” pricing is any different than the other seasons: People – selection bias Product – selection bias Pricing – observer bias I have this... [read more]