National Outlook According to statistics released by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) national home sales edged up 1.0% from January to February. The increase was led by the Greater Vancouver and Greater Toronto areas which offset declines elsewhere. Read the full news release from CREA here: http://crea.ca/canadian-home-sales-edge-february CREA Housing forecast – The opposing forces […]
National Home Sales Way Up in May The latest statistics released by the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) this past week confirm what I and many Real Estate agents like myself experienced in May- sales activity was WAY up. After an incredibly bleak winter that had most people hunkered down in their homes dreaming of the day […]
The REALTORS® Association ofHamilton‐Burlington (RAHB) reported today that the average sale price for all property types in February was 4.9 per cent higher than same month last year. While prices continue to edge higher listings and sale are down 16.9% and 14.4% respectively from the same period last year.
There is much speculation in the news of a slowing market but at this point it is too early to tell. My experience continues to be that if a home is priced well according to neighbourhood and market conditions and has been effectively prepared for sale through staging, de-cluttering and addressing maintenance items that buyers are ready and willing to make an offer. This is evidenced through many multiple offer scenarios for properties througout Burlington and Oakville.
The Realtor’s Association of Hamilton Burlington reported today that residential sales were down 6.4% and the number of listings were up by 6.1% in January compared to the same month last year. Although sales seem low, when compared to last year, they are right on average for the month of January. Read the full report.
The Realtor’s Association of Hamilton Burlington reported today that the residential market saw a 8.3 percent increase in average sale price in December compared to the same month the previous year. Read the full report
The numbers are in and November was a hot month. In fact, I personally had my best November ever – it’s a good thing to be busy. The average sale price in Burlington rose by 6.18% (chart 1) over the same month last year and is up 9.94% YTD. The general market area served by the […]