3 protection mechanisms for transacting real estate in a volatile financial market

1.    Don’t try to time the market. Buy and sell in the same economy. Trying to create or carve out an arbitrage in a volatile market is where people get burned. Unless you're an economist, an actuary, or write financial instruments for a living, arbitrage is fickle. One of the important ignored nuances around this concept … Continue reading 3 protection mechanisms for transacting real estate in a volatile financial market

A Tale of Two Shores – Arteries, Highways & Regional Roads [Innisfil vs. Georgina]

One of the easily ignorable differences in the future analysis of the Shores of Lake Simcoe is the differences in urban planning and settlement patterns over the course of the histories of these municipalities. Both municipalities have their historic cores, with a couple of 190X homes densely put together to capitalize on some random enterprise … Continue reading A Tale of Two Shores – Arteries, Highways & Regional Roads [Innisfil vs. Georgina]

A tale of two shores – They’re called “Skilled” trades for a reason. [Innisfil vs. Georgina]

A Tale of Two Shores - Chapter 2 See Chapter 1: How the GO Train may not change the future of Innisfil vs. Georgina  The first point of fascination for me in regards to these two municipalities is that they're functionally very similar, and a small detail in their past has made them ever so … Continue reading A tale of two shores – They’re called “Skilled” trades for a reason. [Innisfil vs. Georgina]

A tale of two shores – How the GO Train may not change the future of Innisfil & Georgina

Investment capital is moving further and further away from the core. We've already seen it East & West along the 401. As a result, I find myself often providing detailed market analysis and planning reviews for clients in smaller and smaller municipalities. I have a lot of groups looking for high-margin infill sites, and a … Continue reading A tale of two shores – How the GO Train may not change the future of Innisfil & Georgina

Georgina Real Estate Market Report: April 2016

April 2016 Market Report PDF file Volume Rebound of Homes for Sale in Keswick Homes for sale in Keswick South experienced a strong rebound in April of 2016. Keswick North also usurped Sutton & Jackson’s Point as the second-highest volume real estate neighbourhood in Georgina. This volume rebound of home sales in Keswick has consolidated … Continue reading Georgina Real Estate Market Report: April 2016

2015’s Top 10 Most Expensive Streets in Georgina – Number 3: Land’s End

Land's End is an exclusive, luxury locale just off of Lake Drive East, with a beautiful view overlooking both the private Franklin Beach Area and Public De La Salle Beach Area. Lakefront properties on Land's End offer stunning year-round views of Lake Simcoe's gorgeous, world-class sunsets, along with fast access and nautical travel to beautiful … Continue reading 2015’s Top 10 Most Expensive Streets in Georgina – Number 3: Land’s End

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2015’s 10 Most Expensive Streets in Georgina – Number 4: Hedge Road

Number 4 - Hedge Road (Jackson's Point) Hedge Road is a historic landmark of wealth & upscale lifestyle, featuring beautiful lakefront walking, lots and trails lined with hedges, large frontages on some of Lake Simcoe's most beautiful water, and within walking distance from The Briars, one of Georgina's most prestigious golf & country clubs.  Many … Continue reading 2015’s 10 Most Expensive Streets in Georgina – Number 4: Hedge Road