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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]

July 2016 Georgina Real Estate Market Infographic

Tuesday Aug 02nd, 2016

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Georgina, Ontario in Georgina has an average list price of $522,040 The average sale price for Georgina, Ontario is $518,147 with an average sale to list price ratio of 99 percent. The average time a listing spends on the market is 21 days. A total of 122 listings sold. The average house has 3 Bedrooms and 2 Washrooms     [read more]

July 2016 Baldwin Ontario Real Estate Market Infographic

Tuesday Aug 02nd, 2016

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Baldwin Ontario Real Estate Market Infographic Baldwin in Georgina has an average list price of $543,528 The average sale price for Baldwin is $519,714 with an average sale to list price ratio of 98 percent. The average time a listing spends on the market is 28 days. A total of 7 listings sold. The average house has 2 Bedrooms and 2 Washrooms     [read more]

How far will your real estate buck go in York Region?

Thursday Aug 25th, 2016

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Home prices keep climbing Liberal file photo As of Aug. 19, 2016, home prices in York Region keep climbing.   Stouffville Sun-Tribune By Lisa Queen  With housing prices skyrocketing in York Region, ever wonder how far your real estate dollar will go? RELATED STORIES Home prices surge again in Richmond... We’ve found properties across the region at various price points.   Under... [read more]

Canadians starting to get anxious about housing sector’s stability - poll

Thursday Sep 08th, 2016

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The end-of-August results of the Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index revealed that Canadian consumers are apparently starting to become nervous about the fundamental stability of the country’s housing markets.   In last week’s release of the poll results,Bloomberg said that worries of a decline in housing prices increased among respondents, spiking up from 12 per cent to 20.5 per cent in the week ending August 26. The survey was conducted via telephone polling... [read more]

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