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

Tuesday Dec 8th, 2020

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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]

The arrival of real estate opportunism: May 9 Covid-19 weekly market update

Sunday May 10th, 2020

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It seems like we've pretty progressively found a temporary new normal, with little change in most major metrics. The big one to watch for now is going to be price, which could be gradually dragged down by excess supply. In the microeconomic outlook, it appears we're already seeing opportunism propping up the market on a transactional basis, as we've bounced off fundamentals without rebounding from suppressed capitalization rates we saw in the past few years. It seems like... [read more]

East Gwillimbury, Ontario - York Region Real Estate Market Report - July 2018

Thursday Aug 2nd, 2018

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East Gwillimbury, Ontario   market infographic . The average size  of a home in  East Gwillimbury, Ontario is  3 bedroom and 3washrooms $827,621 is the  average list price of a home  in  East Gwillimbury, Ontario while the avergae sale price  is  $796,035 .There are 296 homes for sale in East Gwillimbury, Ontario while only  37   sold in  that area meaning that there  are   8.0   MONTHS OF INVENTORY of real estate... [read more]

Who is the typical Canadian home buyer?

Tuesday Sep 20th, 2016

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Not a day goes by without a new piece of news popping up about the real estate market in Canada. As we’ve been watching home prices hitting record after record in most metropolises across Canada, most of us have probably been asking ourselves where all this is going and how the changes are impacting home buyers and real estate professionals alike. Are Canadians accustomed to the idea that they need to dig deeper into their pockets in order to buy a... [read more]

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