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 - 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]
Click here to download the full report in .pdf form The Georgina Real Estate Market at a Glance We've come across a two major conclusions this month: New home supply continues to drive consumer buying patterns on both price and location. There is a massive surplus of buyers, and not enough homes to sell … Continue reading Georgina Real Estate Market Report – March 2016
Residential sales up 15.8% in February 2016 compared to a year earlier. New listings in Ontario numbered 25,384 units in February 2016, an increase of 3.8% compared to last year. The provincial average price of homes in February 2016 rises 12.7% compared to a year earlier. There were 2.8 months of inventory at the end of February 2016.
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York Region, Ontario had a total dollar volume of $660,347,405 worth of real estate traded so far in 2015. The average price of a home is $778,712 and the median price of a home is $710,000 The average sale to list ratio this year is 100% and properties are on market for an average of 23 days. There have been 753 new listings so far this year in YORK REGION Currently, there are 2807 active listings in the area.
Late in 2015 I wrote this article about why neighbourhood walkability is going to play a large role in the development of Georgina. Neighbourhood walkability is a major demand amongst the three most prominent real estate buyer groups in Georgina’s market in 2016: First time homebuyers in Keswick First time home buyers demand walkability for … Continue reading Walkable Neighbourhoods in Georgina: Uptown Keswick
The new federal legislature requiring a 10% downpayment for homes over $500,000 will cause several positive economic externalities for Georgina's real estate market.
Walkability. If you've ever been privy to the circles of planning, development, or real estate south of Green Lane, you've definitely heard someone wax poetic about this term, and the value of robust mixed-use communities, intimately walkable development patterns, and new urbanism. With this series of articles, it's my goal to identify the most walkable neighbourhoods in Georgina … Continue reading Portraits of Walkability: Georgina’s most Walkable Neighbourhoods
Everyone hates tax. And even more so, everyone hates substantial increases in tax. It's no secret that real estate professionals are not supporters of excessive land transfer tax. It costs our clients more money, and it redirects the natural course of the market. Currently, Toronto is the only municipality in Ontario that has a municipal … Continue reading What Wynne’s new land transfer tax means for the real estate market.