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July 2016: Geographic distribution of volume in Homes for sale in Georgina

Tuesday Aug 02nd, 2016

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Interestingly, the geographic distribution of sales volume of homes sold in Georgina has seemed to spread itself more evenly, with a large decrease in homes sales in Keswick South, paired with an increase in homes sales in Keswick North and Sutton & Jackson’s point, putting these three areas within 4 home sales of one another. Total home sales in Georgina decreased by only 5 units for a total of 122 homes sold in Georgina in July: •7 homes sold in Baldwin •0 homes... [read more]

The Lake Simcoe Effect on Home Sales in Georgina

Tuesday Aug 02nd, 2016

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Click here to view the full Georgina Real Estate Market Report. Georgina’s housing stock has a level of seasonal attractiveness that isn’t found in neighbouring communities such as East Gwillimbury, Newmarket or Aurora. Interestingly enough, while other areas’ price growth has been isolated to the averages, our highest and lowest prices have been experiencing the most growth, with the average relatively stagnate over the last few months.   What we conclude from... [read more]

Fall 2016 Georgina Real Estate Market Report

Friday Oct 14th, 2016

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Trade volume of Georgina Real Estate CONTACT ME FOR THE FULL REPORT Yes, I understand the images above are small. That’s the point here. We don’t want to focus too much on specific numbers, we want to get an idea for a pattern that’s occurred for the first ¾ of this year. To do this, I’m looking at: šNumber of homes sold in Georgina šAverage sale price of a home sold in Georgina šTotal monthly sales volume of real estate in... [read more]

Blame Ontario Liberals for runaway home prices: urban planning expert

Wednesday Jul 06th, 2016

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Content via BNN Rapidly accelerating home prices in the Greater Toronto Area have in large part been caused by Ontario government policy, one urban planning expert argues. Real estate prices in Canada’s largest city jumped 16.8 per cent in June, according to data released Wednesday by the Toronto Real Estate Board, with the industry group pointing to supply constraints as the key culprit. Frank Clayton, senior research fellow at Ryerson University’s Centre for Urban... [read more]

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