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Historic Lakeshore Communities February 2017 Real Estate Market Infographic

Friday Mar 03rd, 2017

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"Historic Lakeshore Communities" Ontario is a real estate sub-market in Georgina, Ontario on the Toronto Real Estate Board. In "Historic Lakeshore Communities" , real estate listings have an average list price of $936,200 , and an average sale price of $1,014,300 . The average list to sale price ratio of homes for sale in "Historic Lakeshore Communities" was 107 percent. Real estate taxes, on average, were $6,470 in "Historic Lakeshore Communities"... [read more]

July 2016 Virginia Ontario Real Estate Infographic

Tuesday Aug 02nd, 2016

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Virginia in Georgina has an average list price of $568,850 The average sale price for Virginia is $539,500 with an average sale to list price ratio of 95 percent. The average time a listing spends on the market is 28 days. A total of 2 listings sold. The average house has 4 Bedrooms and 2 Washrooms [read more]

Up the Maskinonge event in Georgina floats stewardship results

Tuesday Oct 04th, 2016

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  Paddling up Maskinonge Contributed photo Lorrie Mackness, chair of the Maskinonge River Recovery Project committee, hit the water with Gudrun and Grace to celebrate improved river health and enhanced wildlife habitat.   Georgina Advocate By Heidi Riedner About 40 people hit the water in a dragon boat, canoes and kayaks to tour restoration projects along the shoreline of the Maskinonge River in Keswick during the annual Up the Maskinonge... [read more]

Lake-to-lake cycling route moving ahead in Richmond Hill

Tuesday Oct 04th, 2016

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  New cycling and walking trail to link lakes Richmond Hill route Richmond Hill received a funding boost to help create walking cycling trail between Lake Ontario and Lake Simcoe Richmond Hill Liberal By Kim Zarzour Construction is set to begin next year on the first phase of Richmond Hill’s portion of the GTA’s proposed lake-to-lake bike and walking trail. Related Stories Markham portion of Lake to Lake... The town... [read more]

COUNCIL CONNECTION: LSRCA helps protect Lake Simcoe watershed

Tuesday Oct 04th, 2016

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  Margaret Quirk   Georgina Advocate By Margaret Quirk One of my duties as mayor is to be one of the York Region representatives on the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA).  I was on the LSRCA in the past as both a member and the Chair, so I was very familiar with the organization.   The LSRCA was started in 1951 as the Upper Holland Valley Conservation Authority.  As the member municipalities grew, the name... [read more]

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