Thank YOU…for your patience

While I create a new website with my transition to RE/MAX West Realty Inc.

I would like to create a site that is really user centric, informative, and is “me”.

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UPDATE

I have missed posting regular real estate updates on this blog.  The new website has been under development for past little while and should be ready to launch shortly.  Look forward to having a full-fledged website with MLS search integrated along with host of new features.

GTA Home Market Watch – March 2012

You thought March 2011 GTA resale market was hot?  Well then March 2012 was on fire with over 8% increase in sales over March 2011.  Incredible mortgage offers such as 2.99% for 4/5 years fixed offerings by several Canadian banks helped fuel this growth along with lack of overall inventory pushing the average sale price up more than 10%.  I have several Buyer clients and it has been a great challenge in finding homes for them  due to the low inventory homes in the market.  I am hoping more listings coming on the market will help ease the price increases that are pushing home affordability out of reach for several buyers.

Here is a recap of numbers for March 2012:

  • December 2011 MLS sales: 9690* (up 8% vs March 2011)
  • December 2011 Avg sale price: $501,614* (up 10% vs March 2011)

Read the full March 2012 Market Watch*

Contact me today for:

  • Free Home Evaluation
  • Free Moving Service
  • Full Service Marketing including MLS, HD Photos, Virtual Tour, Full Colour Brochures, Social Media, and much much more
  • Competitive Commission Packages

Happy Home Hunting…

* credit and source Toronto Real Estate Board

GTA Home Market Watch – February 2012

As we have witnessed in the past months, the low listing inventory kept the Buyers competing to buy a home in February.  Low mortgage rates along with 2.99% (4-5 year fixed) rates specials kept the Buyers in an upbeat mood.  The market and prices might stabilize once there is an increase in home inventory coupled with an increase in interest rates.  Until then, Sellers still seem in favourable position.

Here is a recap of numbers for February 2012:

  • February 2012 MLS sales: 7032* (up 16% from February 2011)
  • February 2012 Avg sale price: $502,508* (up 11% from February 2011)

Read the full February 2012 Market Watch*

Contact me today for:

  • Free Home Evaluation
  • Free Moving Service
  • Full Service Marketing including MLS, HD Photos, Virtual Tour, Full Colour Brochures, Social Media and much more
  • Competitive Commission Packages

Happy Home Hunting…

* credit and source Toronto Real Estate Board

GTA Home Market Watch – December 2011

2011 ended being the second best year on record for resales (within current TREB boundaries).  The total number of transactions was lower than other months in 2011 but that is expected in December as everyone is busy with holidays and family events, not to mention Boxing day sales.  Increase in average sales price strongly supports the current Sellers’ market.  Low interest rates bodes well for resale activity going into 2012.

Here is a recap of numbers for December 2011:

  • December 2011 MLS sales: 4718* (up 10% from December 2010)
  • December 2011 Avg sale price: $451,436* (up 4% from December 2010)

Read the full December 2011 Market Watch*

Contact me today for:

  • Free Home Evaluation
  • Free Moving Service
  • Full Service Marketing including MLS, HD Photos, Virtual Tour, Full Colour Brochures, Social Media and much more
  • Competitive Commission Packages

Happy Home Hunting…

* credit and source Toronto Real Estate Board

Happy 2012 To You All

Wishing You All The Very Best of Health, Happiness, and Prosperity… “The Best Is Yet To Come”

Contact me today for:

  • Free Home Evaluation
  • Free Moving Service
  • Full Service Marketing including MLS, HD Photos, Virtual Tour, Full Colour Brochures, Social Media and much more
  • Competitive Commission Packages

2011 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,100 times in 2011. If it were a cable car, it would take about 18 trips to carry that many people.

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