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Town of Georgina Development Applications Semi-Annual Update - 2020

Tuesday Jan 5th, 2021

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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:   https://www.georgina.ca/sites/default/files/agendas-and-minutes/2020/presentations/ppt_item_12.2.6_2020_development_applications_semi-annual_update_staff_presentation.pdf Georgina Ward 1 Development Applications   Ballymore/Glenwoods in Keswick   Camlane Phase 10 in... [read more]

Baldwin Ontario - January 2017 Real Estate Market Infographic

Thursday Feb 2nd, 2017

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Baldwin Ontario is a real estate sub-market in Georgina, Ontario on the Toronto Real Estate Board. In Baldwin , real estate listings have an average list price of $399,000 , and an average sale price of $375,000 . The average list to sale price ratio of homes for sale in Baldwin was 94 percent. Real estate taxes, on average, were $1,326 in Baldwin The average time a Baldwin real estate listing spent on the market was 31 days. The highest sale price of a home in Baldwin was $399,000 and the... [read more]

So you bought a property.... but who are you going to sell it to?

Monday Jul 15th, 2019

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Crossposted at heavyweightandrealestate.wordpress.com The real estate market in the Greater Toronto Area is, for lack of a better word, weird. As a result of this new reality we're living in, it's really tough to find reliable data to formulate any kind of empirically verifiable investment thesis. This has caused me, and a handful of others I work with, to resort to really simple data sources to create some qualitative metrics about how we evaluate property. One of the ways I... [read more]

3 protection mechanisms for transacting real estate in a volatile financial market

Tuesday Mar 17th, 2020

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1.    Don’t try to time the real estate market. Buy and sell in the same economy. Trying to create or carve out an arbitrage in a volatile market is where people get burned. Unless you're an economist, an actuary, or write financial instruments for a living, arbitrage is fickle. One of the important ignored nuances around this concept is that if you’re selling, and your sale is challenging, then that will proportionately affect your sentiment... [read more]

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